This report looks at demand, supply and the future concerning data on the magnitude of pastoral systems in Kenya, based on the assertion that overestimating the importance of pastoral system, or down playing in, can slow down developemnt and lead to undesirable consequences.
The Community Land Act commits the Cabinet Secretary responsible for land to develop community land regulations with public participation which will guide the process of registration.
This latest journal edition reflects the renewed focus in the Horn of Africa on the need to build resilience among dryland communities. It looks at learning and practice; identifying initiatives and programmes that appear to be making progress in strengthening community resilience.
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Drylands Learning and Capacity Building Initiative (DLCI) is a knowledge management and advocacy resource organization registered in Kenya with the aim of improving policy and practice in the Horn of Africa. Previously known as REGLAP (the Regional Learning and Advocacy programme), it supports collaborative learning and documentation on drylands development and advocacy.
These databases are a general collection of various briefs, journals, e-bulletins, posters and handbooks on key resilience issues experienced in the drylands of the Horn of Africa.
These are databases of key reference documents by different authors and organizations on critical issues in the drylands of the Horn of Africa. These databases not comprehensive but aim to provide a useful resource for people new to the region or the drylands
Kenya policy tracker
Key resilience and climate change
Minorities and marginalized groups
Investments in the drylands