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Monday, 18 November 2013 14:44

About FDA











Hon. Harrison S. Karnwea Sr, Managing Director


The Forestry Development Authority is a state corporation established by an act of the Legislature in 1976 with the mandate to sustainably manage and conserve all forest resource for the benefit of present and future generation.This mandate was further strengthened through the National Resource Law of 1979. The 2006, Forestry Reform Law of Liberia is the current legal instrument that guide the management of forest resources in Liberia.

Forest Management

Liberia Forest Management is base on three pillars:

  1. Commercial

  2. Community 

  3. Conservation

The 3’Cs approach provides a policy platform for Liberia’s forest sector. Integrating these pillars, FDA works to “Conserve and sustainably manage all forest areas so that they will continue to produce a complete range of goods and services for the benefit of all Liberians and contribute to poverty alleviation in Liberia''.

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