Smallholder Timber Marketing: A Kenyan Experience. FAO/ICRAF/GoK multi-stakeholder programme International Workshop on small holder timber production . 29 th November- 1 st December 2004 Christine Holding Anyonge (FAO) Sammy Carsan, Tony Simons (ICRAF) Paul Njuguna (GoK).
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FAO/ICRAF/GoK multi-stakeholder programme
International Workshop on small holder timber production. 29th November- 1st December 2004
Christine Holding Anyonge (FAO)
Sammy Carsan, Tony Simons (ICRAF)
Paul Njuguna (GoK)
Smallholder Timber Marketing in Meru Comprising of a Multi-stakeholder System.
Capacity building needs, track record, interest
Strategic alliances, partnerships, collaborators etc
Feed back mechanism: illegal logging & sourcing
Prov. Adm.(Chiefs Act)
checks logging of indigenous trees
Forest Dep't., KEFRI.
GOK, FAO & ICRAF
Extension, Policy & Research
Formal & informal Meetings
Timber & F/wood Industry
timber yard owners
mobile saw benchers
tea factories & other firewood
small holder timber
on farm nurseries
input to farmer groups and feedback mechanism
input to the timber & fuel wood industry
farmers on tree valuation & mensuration
timber/logs from farmers
supply of trees and logs on farm
Farms and households
Power saw operatorSawmill functions
wastages onCutting and crosscuttingrecoveries.
Casual labour (loading)
Tractors on farm (splitting)
Tractor/lorries for transport
Timber yard and furniture shops
Customer characterization by product