Forest Invasive Species Network for Africa (FISNA)
The Forest Invasive Species Network for Africa (FISNA) was created in 2004 to coordinate the collation and dissemination of information relating to forest invasive species in sub-Saharan Africa for sustainable forest management and conservation of biodiversity. Invasive species are defined as biotic agents, not native to a specific forest ecosystem, whose introduction does, or is likely, to cause harm to the forest ecosystem. The Network is open to all countries in sub-Saharan Africa that wish to participate. There is no distinction by language or forest type.
E-Learning course: Good practices for forest health protection
Objectives of the network
Participants at the FISNA Workshop, Kampala, Uganda, 2012
For endorsement or participation of the network, please send your request to the Secretariat:
Forestry Research Institute of Malawi (FRIM)
P.O. Box 270