The Africa IPM Alliance announces the opening of its new website: www.africaipmalliance.org
Africa IPM Alliance is a network of organizations, NGOs, FBOs, farmer groups and individuals working to reduce the overuse of hazardous pesticides with ecologically sound and socially just alternatives.
Formerly called Enkasa Organic College the network was founded in 2010 to provide a platform for information dissemination and sharing through training and extension services to ensure effective information flow among relevant networks. It aims at building a network of organizations to further improve the value of integrated pest management and to support those promoting the concept. This will further foster the development and implementation of pest management programs and policies based on a high level knowledge coupled with choices of monitoring tools and control technologies resulting in economically sound, environmentally compatible, sociologically responsible pest management in diverse systems including crop production, urban and natural settings
The organization works in four thematic areas namely: Advocacy/ lobbying, capacity building, information creation and dissemination and networking.
Note: The Africa IPM Alliance is an IAPPS Affiliate Member (www.plantprotection.org) and IAPPS is an Africa IPM Alliance Partner.
For more information on the Africa IPM Alliance contact: NEHEMIAH MIHINDO at : email@example.com
Its my hope that you are doing fine. Its a while since we communicated. We are doiing fine here in Kenya. I just want to inform you our website is now operational and have put you as one of our partners. please check http://www.africaipmalliance.org.
Its my hope that we shall make joint programs for the benefit of both organizations
I look forward to hearing from you
On Mon, January 5, 2015 03:13, Elvis Heinrichs wrote:
> Thanks, Dr Nehemiah. We are pleased to be given the opportunity to
> work with your Alliance.
> —–Original Message—–
> From: NEHEMIAH MIHINDO [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, January 05, 2015 12:50 AM