The Board of Directors (BD)

Externally, the Board of Directors acts as FTNS ambassadors and defend its interests of the FTNS

FTNS Ambassadors

The FTNS Board of Directors (BD)

  • Role of the Board of Directors

    The Board of Directors is FTNS’ strategic direction, coordination, and decision organ. Its main internal role is to ensure to the technical, financial and contractual management of the FTNS. Externally, the Board of Directors acts as FTNS ambassadors and defend its interests of the FTNS without being compromised by conflicts of interest.

  • Organisation of the Board

    Currently the Board consists of eleven directors. Eight are appointed in a personal capacity by the following institutions.

  • The Government of Cameroon;
  • The Government of Congo;
  • The Government of the CAR;
  • The French Development Agency (AFD);
  • KfW Entwicklungsbank (KfW);
  • The Regenwald Stiftung;
  • The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS);
  • The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)
  • The Central African Forest Commission (COMIFAC)

The 03 other directors are co-opted by o8 other Directors taking into account the need to ensure the representativeness and balance of local actors and the private sector.

  • Operation

    Board meetings are held twice a year in rotation and always in the three TNS countries. The term of office of directors is two (2) years, renewable once.

The Strategic Partners Of FTNS

With a wide range of activities and an immense area to preserve, the Foundation is supported by various leading partners, both national and international. Financial, technical and institutional partners.