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A new dawn for wildlife conservation in Kenya: opportunities and shortcomings.

A new dawn for wildlife conservation in Kenya: opportunities and shortcomings. BY Washington Barasa A little history Indigenous Peoples involvement in wildlife conservation in Kenya begun to gain momentum upon review of the Wildlife Conservation and Management Act in 2013.  Historically, the people left wildlife conservation entirely to the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife which has the […]

Enhancing agro-pastoralists’ resilience amongst the Endorois youth and women towards indigenous food sovereignty

Enhancing agro-pastoralists’ resilience amongst the Endorois youth and women towards indigenous food sovereignty The pastoralist Endorois community in the target area have practised transhumance indigenous cattle rearing since time immemorial. The areas of Kapkuikui, Kaptombes and Sandai are climatically semi-arid and has been classified as an Arid and Semi-Arid Land and in an agro-pastoral marginalized […]

Water Rising Report

Report on water rising levels in Lakes Baringo and Bogoria  When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the Endorois and Ilchamus in Marigat Sub-County in Kenya had already been experiencing fast-rising water levels in their lake systems due to among other causes, climate change affecting ecological balance and its rich biodiversity. The said rise in water levels […]

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