CIDP County Engagement Begins This Month

On August 25th, the Steering Committee Members of the 5-County CIDP Improvement effort mapped out the next four to five months of engagement with the County Governments of Marsabit, Isiolo, Laikipia, Samburu and Baringo.

The effort is led by LWF, with the help of the FAO Community Land Project, the Mpala Research Centre, the Northern Rangelands Trust, the National Arid and Semi-arid Lands Stakeholder Forum/NDMA, and the Agile and Harmonized Assistance for Devolved Institutions (AHADI).

Meet the CIDP Team (from left to right): Margaret Wambua, Stanley Ngatia and Peter Hetz from LWF; Gabriel Nyausi from NRT, John Gitonga from Mpala, Hussein Wario, FAO, and Omar Jibril, National ASAL Stakeholder Coordinator. Absent from the photo is AHADI representative, Lucy Kimani.

This Consortium will focus on improvements to CIDPs for rangelands, livestock, water, land use, and wildlife. We are providing key information accumulated from partners, research, and communities to ensure it informs the next generation of CIDP decision-making and financing.

Full CIDP teams will be dispatched to Counties in September, to help with the planning and budgeting process.

Please find an updated CDIP and County Annual Development Plan calendar explained here.

For further information about this, or if you have suggestions on what should be included in the CIDPs, please contact Stanley Ngatia on

Remember: Stay Engaged! Get Informed!

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