Najib Balala Becomes Vice President Of FFI

Najib Balala, former Tourism CS, has been hired for a new position at Fauna and Flora International (FFI), an international wildlife conservation charity.

Najib Balala Becomes Vice President Of FFI

Balala now serves as vice president of the organization, which defends endangered ecosystems and animals throughout the world.

Mark Rose, chief executive officer of FFI, expressed his joy at Balala's appointment as vice president.

“Balala has been incredibly influential in the wildlife and tourism sectors in Kenya and across Africa. We are very privileged to be able to benefit from this wealth of knowledge and experience,” the CEO said.

On his part, Balala promised to be an excellent global advocate for FFI.

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FFI was founded in 1903 and is the oldest recognized charitable organization and a global leader in wildlife conservation.

FFI operates in more than 40 nations worldwide and protects environments and species from extinction while enhancing locals' quality of life.

Balala has spent 12 years working in the tourism industry and spent 17 years serving as a minister in Kenya.

Balala is anticipated to leverage his background in animal conservation and tourism as FFI's vice president to help the organization with future international partnerships and collaborations.

According to the organization, Balala significantly contributed to the growth and stability of the tourism industry in Kenya and throughout continental Africa.