Over 2,500 Indigenous Trees Planted At The Inaugural Walk Wild Initiative

Over 2,500 indigenous tree seedlings were planted at Mukogodo forest in Laikipia County, in an effort to conserve and protect the indigenous ecosystem that is the home of thousands of pastoral communities and wildlife within the greater Laikipia region during the Inaugural Walk Wild event. The 10 kilometer walk brought together over 300 people from…

Tackling Climate Change: Segera Ward Planning Committee Selection Process

The Frontiers County Development Council, under the Listen Project in partnership with the County Government of Laikipia, invited the Laikipia Forum to a meeting to establish ward planning committees in Segera Ward, Laikipia County. Segera ward is one of the 15 wards in Laikipia County and would serve as a pilot project that would hopefully…

FAO Project Partners Push For Cohesion Towards Sustainable Project Implementation

Implementing Partners of the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) Restoration Initiative project last month met in Nanyuki to review previous year’s activity implementation and milestones achieved. The meeting also focused on the alignment of project activities to avoid duplication of efforts, identifying bottlenecks, suggesting solutions and planning for the next year of implementation while adopting…