Planning the Pastoral lands in Kenya: Launch for the Future of Land Use Planning to Pastoral Communities

Apr 10, 2020

Kenya identifies pastoralism as an important element for the growth of its economy. In its 2010 Constitution, it emphasizes that land use planning in pastoral areas is key in sustaining livestock in the Kenyan economy.

This has led to increased interests in Arid and Semi-Arid Land (ASAL) across the country. However, there are no guidelines put in place to address this issue. Countinue reading