|Arabuko-Sokoke Forest and Mida Creek - The Official Guide (KIFCON, 1995, 72 p.)|
The Kenya Indigenous Forest Conservation Programme (KIFCON) was funded by the Overseas Development Administration (UK) and ran from 1991-94. Its overall mission was:
To promote and support the conservation of biodiversity, maintenance of ecological services and sustained productivity of the indigenous closed-canopy forests in Kenya.
In pursuit of this mission, major fields of work included: surveys of the status and patterns of change in natural forests; initial piloting of new approaches to management which incorporate community participation; and support to institutional strengthening and development for forest conservation and management.
Kenya Indigenous Forest Conservation Programme