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The Biodiversity Management Programme (BMP) is an initiative funded by European Commission (EC) through Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) aiming to contribute to poverty reduction by improving the social and economic wellbeing of the populations in IGAD region, through a better regional integration in the environmental sector. Its purpose is the conservation and sustainable management of the ecosystems in the IGAD region, to contribute to lasting ecosystem goods and services. ICRAF is one of the BMP implementing partners and is managing one of the three projects in the Horn of Africa to develop collaborative management in 3 cross-boundaries land and seascapes between Kenya-Somalia, Djibouti-Ethiopia and Ethiopia-South Sudan. ICRAF is managing a 4 years Tana-Kipini-Laga Badana Bush Bushle Land and Seascape (North East Kenya and South-East Somalia) project which commenced in November 2013 and aims to contribute to poverty reduction by improving social and economic wellbeing of the populations in the IGAD region through better regional integration in environmental sector. The project implements 12 activities which focus on cross border exchange; Land Use Planning; Community conservation; Biodiversity value chains; Agroforestry interventions as key thematic areas.
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Aug 7, 2019
Koech, Grace, 2018, "Trends, drivers of change and possible solutions to address deforestation and loss of forest habitat in the Kenya-Somalia cross-border area", https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/Y5VGJA, World Agroforestry - Research Data Repository, V1, UNF:6:PDT41l8mNH0iHwhGez2FWQ== [fileUNF]
Key informant surveys among stakeholders from Lamu County revealed that increase in human population is the primary factor driving the loss of tree cover in southern and central Lamu and adjacent Tana River Counties. The key informants and focused group discussion proposed the ne...
Aug 7, 2019
Mbeyu L , De Leeuw J , Koech G , Nyongesa J, 2018, "An ecosystem service perspective on benefits that people derive from biodiversity of coastal forests in Lamu County, Kenya", https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/RWWIEB, World Agroforestry - Research Data Repository, V1, UNF:6:io/unNtBwal+B7qAGVHsrQ== [fileUNF]
Natural resources provide a foundation for economic development today. However, global biodiversity is under threat due to among other things, increasing population over the years leading to an increased demand for natural goods and services such as fuel, timber, and medicine. Hi...
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