Nature Friends International
Nature Friends

Making their first link with the African continent through Landscape of the Year Senegal/The Gambia 2018 – 2020, International Nature Friends became involved with JUST ACT.  The first Kankurang Festival was timed to fit with this visit as reported here on this site :-Kankurang Festival

Through the success of this relationship JUST ACT now has a C category membership with them, meaning they are partners without voting rights.

INF's Mission statement can be found here

Their website contains much information about this developing link and going to the search button and typing 

'Just Act'  or 'Janjanbureh' will provide many links in addition to the newsletters listed below. English versions are available by selecting EN

INF produce a regular newsletter and whilst every one is interesting and gives such a background to Landscape of the Year 18-20, these particular numbers demonstrate the developing and more importantly, continuing  relationship with Janjanbureh and JUST ACT

Access them here and scroll to the numbers

No 3.  Aims of the coming Landscape of the Year (LOY)

No 5.  Nature and biodiversity conservation in the LOY

No 6.  The coming plans  

No 7.  Manfred Pils, President of Naturefriends International relates his     experience of the opening ceremony

No 13 News from JUST ACT, partner organisation of NFI in LOY

No 16. Workshop on Sustainable Tourism and Climate Change in Koungheul

No 18. Landscape of the Year Senegal/The Gambia 2018 – 2020

No 19. The Landscape of the Year at a 2nd glance – personal impressions fromNF Bremen’s journey by Ingeborg Pint

No 20.What happened to our trees? A local inspection by Elisabeth Mathes

No 21. African women are a driving force for development: Encounters during a journey through the Landscape of the Year by Marie-Bernard Lefebvre-Dumont including women in tourism 

No 22. African women are a driving force for development: Encounters during a journey through the Landscape of the Year by Marie-Bernard Lefebvre-Dumont

No 24. The Kankurang Festival in Janjanbureh - The Landscape of the Year as a Catalyst by Ingeborg Pint 

No 27.Youth Exchange Janjanbureh/Koungheul – students as advocates for the environment

by Mamadou Mbodji/Vice-President Naturefriends International

No 28. Youth migration in The Gambia - returnees as important actors of sensitisation

by Ingeborg Pint

No 29 Naturefriends in Koungheul and their work

No 31. Two years of Landscape of the Year Senegal/The Gambia – success stories to celebrate!

Personal impressions of Claudia Lenius, Director of NaturFreunde Frankfurt/Main

No 34.Virtual trip to Senegal and the Gambia – a review