Amanubo Amos is a Ugandan forester holding a Degree of Bachelors of Science in Forestry from Makerere University. He is the President of International Forestry Students Association (IFSA) and Co-founder of Green Trust Africa an environmental organization. Prior to this role, he served as the Head of council of IFSA, with the scope of his work stretching over communications and capacity building. He has served as a youth representative on various forest science and policy platforms at regional and international level and also worked as the Eco-Voice for Uganda under the UN Environment Communication Project in support to the Pan-African Action Agenda on Ecosystem Restoration. With a strong background in youth engagement and Forest Education, he is motivated by the desire to see the forestry sector grow as one of the leading drivers of socioeconomic development and landscape sustainability, with young people at the lead.
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