National Forest School of Engineers
ENFI

  • DESCRIPTION

    The National Forest School of Engineers (ENFI) is the unique forest high education and research institution in Morocco. It was created in 1968 with the support of United Nation Special Fund and FAO to serve as high education institution of forest engineers in the Maghreb (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Mauritania). Now, ENFI has a regional and African educational and research impact. All the sub-Saharan friend’s countries send students to get their forest engineer diploma from ENFI. ENFI has a great experience in education and research in many area related to natural resources (forest management, forest inventory, wildlife, watershed management, forest economy, economic evaluation of forest goods and services, participatory and adaptive forest management, decision support system for forest management and forest management planning, forest legislation, etc). Many professors from ENFI have been served as experts in many programs of PNUD and FAO around the world. Actually, ENFI is involved in many research programs in the area of natural resources at the national and international level. It was also designated as CRESA (Centre Régional d’Enseignement Spécialisé en Agriculture / Forêt- Bois). ENFI has many relationship with many educational and research institutions around the world.