Monday, February 19, 2018
Environment Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Alice Kaudia giving the PS remarks during the official opening of the workshop

The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources is engaging in the process of developing a roadmap for addressing mercury as per the Minamata convention, whose highlights include a ban on new mercury mines, the phase-out of existing ones, the phase out and phase down of mercury use in a number of products and processes, control measures on emissions to air and on releases to land and water, and the regulation of the informal sector of artisanal and small-scale gold mining, Principal Secretary in the State Department of Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli has said.

In a speech read on his behalf by the Environment Secretary in the Ministry, Dr. Alice Kaudia, during the  inception workshop for the Mercury Initial Actions project workshop at the intercontinental hotel, Nairobi,  the PS noted that, the sectors that are at risk of utilizing mercury include environment, health, mining, industrialization, enterprise development, water, energy and agriculture, all who are important to the countries development agenda, hence the government will endeavor to ensure that, the best available technologies and best environmental practices to minimize mercury to the lowest levels are applied.

The Minamata Convention on Mercury is a global treaty to protect human health and the environment from the adverse effects of mercury. It was agreed at the fifth session of the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee on mercury in Geneva, Switzerland and adopted later that year on 10 October 2013 at a Diplomatic Conference (Conference of Plenipotentiaries), held in Kumamoto, Japan.

The Convention draws attention to a global and ubiquitous metal that, while naturally occurring, has broad uses in everyday objects and is released to the atmosphere, soil and water from a variety of sources. Controlling the anthropogenic releases of mercury throughout its lifecycle has been a key factor in shaping the obligations under the Convention.

Participants during the workshop in a memorable group photo
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rincipal Secretary, State Department of Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli with the Patron of Masai Olympics, David Rudisha, in his office

rincipal Secretary, State Department of Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli with the Patron of Masai Olympics, David Rudisha, in his office

Celebrities play crucial roles in raising awareness about conservation threats, as high-profile individuals attract eyeballs, so it’s always great to have them engaged in conservation work and bring attention to important environmental issues, Principal Secretary in the State Department of Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli has noted.

The Principal Secretary made the observations when he received the patron of the Maasai Olympics games and the 800m Olympic champion and world record-holder,  Mr. David Rudisha in his office. Mr. Sunkuli noted that, the games, often give the young men and women an avenue to demonstrate their physical prowess through sporting, rather than a traditional hunt”, as well as raising awareness about the threats faced by wildlife.

For generations, Maasai warriors proved their manhood by killing a lion, but this campaign led by David Rudisha is working to swap spearing for sport. The Maasai Olympics is a year-long education program, that provides a platform to engage young men about conservation issues and save the endangered animals.

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CS, Min. of Environment and Natural Resources Prof. Wakhungu giving her keynote address during the opening session of UNEA 2

CS, Min. of Environment and Natural Resources Prof. Wakhungu giving her keynote address during the opening session of UNEA 2

The UNEA-2 meeting, that brought the world’s environment ministers together, ended in on Friday, 27th May, after passing far reaching decisions on issues such as marine litter, the illegal trade in wildlife, air pollution, chemicals and waste, and sustainable consumption and production – which are an integral part of the global action needed to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Climate Agreement.

In her closing remarks to the World’s most powerful decision-making body on the environment, Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, Prof. Judi Wakhugu commended the delegates for the five day hard work and commitment and interest in being part of the solutions on environmental sustainability. Noting that there is need for synergy in environmental sustainability at global level, Prof. Wakhungu reiterated that, Kenya will be part and parcel of international community in addressing environmental challenges that is facing the globe.

During the UNEA-2 and associated side events, thousands of delegates from 174 countries, 120 at the ministerial level, took part on issues of global importance, including the Sustainable Innovation Expo and the Science-Policy Forum. Among the 25 resolutions and actions decided at UNEA-2, the theme of which was “Delivering on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”, were the 2030 Agenda and Paris Agreement Implementation, Illegal Trade in Wildlife, Marine Litter and Debris, Healthy Environment, Healthy People, armed conflict and its relation to the environment and resolutions on food waste and sustainable consumption and production.

UNEA-2 sessions were presided over by Costa Rica’s Minister of Environment Edgar Gutiérrez, who took over as the President of UNEA from Oyun Sanjaasuren, former Minister of Environment and Green Development in Mongolia.

Delegates to the UNEA-2 Session in Nairobi, including CS,  Prof. Wakhungu in a group photo with President Kenyatta at UNEP

Delegates to the UNEA-2 Session in Nairobi, including CS, Prof. Wakhungu in a group photo with President Kenyatta at UNEP

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26.05.2016

President Uhuru Kenyatta with Environment CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu and UNEP Executive Directer , Achim Steiner at UNEP, during the opening of UNEAs HLS

President Uhuru Kenyatta with Environment CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu and UNEP Executive Directer , Achim Steiner at UNEP, during the opening of UNEAs HLS

President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged key decision-makers from across the world, to prioritize environmental action in support of economic and societal growth, noting that, the environment can no longer be a tertiary concern, and that building a sustainable future cannot be an afterthought.

Speaking at the United Nations Environment Programme Offices in Nairobi, when he opened the 2nd United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-2) High Level Segment (HLS), which is the world’s most powerful decision-making body on the environment, responsible for tackling some of the most critical issues of our time, President Kenyatta urged the decision-makers to prioritize environmental action in support of economic and societal growth.

Addressing the  assembly , that holds the power to dramatically change the fate of the planet and improve the lives of everyone, impacting everything from health to national security, from the plastic in our oceans to the trafficking of wildlife, President Kenyatta called for a concerted international effort to support the Wild for Life campaign– an initiative aimed at creating collaboration, policy implementation, and grassroots participation to sensitize communities in source and destination countries to the war on poaching, that was launched by the United Nations to address the illegal trade in wildlife, which is pushing species to the brink of extinction, robbing countries of their natural heritage and profiting international criminal networks.

Principal Secretary, State Dept of Env., Charles Sunkuli with other delegates following entertainment during a state dinner hosted by the Ministry.

Principal Secretary, State Dept of Env., Charles Sunkuli with other delegates following entertainment during a state dinner hosted by the Ministry.

The UNEA 2 meeting is focusing on climate finance mechanisms to support mitigation and adaptation projects in developing countries, and also covers the link between environmental degradation and a decline in health

Cabinet Secretary,  Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, Prof. Judi Wakhungu, her two  Principal Secretaries, Mr. Charles Sunkuli of Environment and Dr. Margaret Mwakima of Natural Resources, and UNEA-2 President,  who is also the French Ecology Minister, Ségolène Royal,where among key dignitaries during the official  opening.

Principal-Secretary-State-Department-of-Natural-Resources-Dr.-Margaret-Mwakima-with-other-delegated-during-the-state-dinner

Principal-Secretary-State-Department-of-Natural-Resources-Dr.-Margaret-Mwakima-with-other-delegated-during-the-state-dinner

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CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu with other senior UNEP and UNEA dignitaries during the official opening

The second session of the United Nations Adidas Climacool Revolution Environment Assembly (UNEA-2) opened at the United Nations Golden Goose Mid Star Pas Cher Offices in Nairobi, with a call for a concerted effort to revitalize green economy and the sustainability agenda.

Addressing over 2,500 delegates who  included environment Minister and representatives of over 173 countries including scientists, industry executives and campaigners who are attending the five day global environment assembly, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry  of Environment and Natural Resources, Prof. Judi Wakhungu noted that, a global conversation was urgent to hasten progress towards attainment of environmental related targets by 2030.

JUDI CSProf. Wakhungu giving her keynote address during the opening session of UNEA 2

Reiterating that Kenya is committed to achieving the aspirations of UNEA, which is a true reflection of a global environment body, Prof. Wakhungu observed that, the decisions that will be adopted at the assembly will have a profound Golden Goose Superstar Baratas impact on delivery of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), hence strengthen the science policy interface in order to address pressing environment challenges.

Noting that the theme of this year’s global environment assembly focusses on delivering the environment dimension of sustainable development goals, the CS urged nations and conservation groups on the urgent need to find solutions such as ecosystem based adaptation to deal with climate change concerns.

Principal Secretaries – Charles Sunkuli of Environment and Dr. Mwakima of Natural Resources consulting with Director, MEAs, Richard Golden Goose Mid Star Sneakers Mwendandu during the official opening

The Deputy Executive Director of UNEP, Achim Steiner, UNEA President Oyun Sanjaasuren, Director General, UNON, Sahle Work Zewde, Principal Secretary Environment, Richard Sunkuli, Principal Secretary Natural Resources Dr. Margaret Mwakima and the secretary of the Governing Bodies of UNEP, Jorge Salomon S-lab Fellcross 2 M Laguna Celis, attended the official opening, Golden Goose V-Star 2 amongst other diginitaries.

Gig for UNEA 2 – CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu and other delegates in a jig during a welcome receiption hosted by the Kenya Government
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 The overall winner,Mr Patrick Gatare from Kirinyaga County receives his prize from the PS, Envrironment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli.

The overall winner,Mr Patrick Gatare from Kirinyaga County receives his prize from the PS, Envrironment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli.

Kenyans should embrace and instill amongst themselves, a culture of self-regulation in environmental management and envision a future where, all citizens take personal and community responsibility for the management of the environment, Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, Prof. Judi Wakhungu has said.

In a speech read on her behalf by the Principal Secretary in the State Department of Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli, during  the National Environment Trust Fund (NETFUND) third phase of Green Innovation Award gala dinner at the KICC, Nairobi, Prof. Wakhungu noted that, the  Green Innovation Award   begins with a comprehensive and inclusive awareness program that reaches all levels of the society ,with particular focus on bottom of the pyramid and its categories include; Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, Individuals, Community Based Organizations, Small Medium Sized Enterprises and Women Groups.

Invited guests following presentations during the   award ceremony

Invited guests following presentations during the award ceremony

Noting that the Award identifies, recognizes, rewards and nurtures innovative projects and ideas in environmental management, Prof. Wakhungu called for a continuous focus on Sustainable Livelihoods and Greening the Economy by stimulating solutions for and by the bottom of the pyramid, in order to tackle environmental degradation, climate change and poverty, while enhancing inclusive economic growth.

Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Transport   and Maritime Authority, Nancy Karingithu presenting a check to one of the   winners

Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Authority, Nancy Karingithu presenting a check to one of the winners

The Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Authority Nancy Karingithu, the  Administration Secretary  in the Ministry  Mr Kiprono and the Chief Executive Officer of NETFUND, Catherine Ndegwa attended, among other senior Ministry officials.

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The CS Prof Judi Wakhungu gives a reward to one of the best performers during their vigorous intensive four months training course at the college

The CS Prof Judi Wakhungu gives a reward to one of the best performers during their vigorous intensive four months training course at the college

A total number of 291 Forest Guard Recruits are joining the service after their intensive four months training course. Speaking during the passing out parade of Forest Guard Recruits in the Kenya Forest-College School on 20th May 2016, the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Environment , Natural Resources and Regional Authorities, Prof. Judi Wakhungu said that the passing out of the 291 demonstrates the commitment of the Government in adequately protecting and conserving forest resources for the future generations.

The Cabinet Secretary who was also accompanied by her Principal Secretary Dr. Margaret Mwakima said that the constitution and the forest act.2005 requires of new approaches in fulfilling duties and responsibilities, urging the recruits to build a just and equal society that is free of corruption and governed by the rule of law.

The 291 Forest Guard Recruits take oath in the name of God to serve their employers and the public with humility and steadfast dedication

The 291 Forest Guard Recruits take oath in the name of God to serve their employers and the public with humility and steadfast dedication

Prof. also told the recruits to observe the work ethics and the anti corruption act in undertaking their duties as unscrupulous and unethical persons may tempt them into conducting themselves unethically for enriching them. “Being involved in malpractices or being associated with forest destruction will be breaking the oath that you have sworn today” the Cabinet Secretary added.

Wakhungu said that as public servants, the recruits are expected to be committed to serve their employer and the public with humility and steadfast dedication. “You are also expected to handle the assets and equipment under your charge with great sensitivity and professionalism” she added.

Switching to wanainchi who attended the pass out, the cabinet secretary said that it is upon all Kenyans to ensure sustainable utilization and conservation of natural resources of Kenya as per the forest act 2005 which requires the participation of communities in forest conservation and management. She urged all Kenyans to quickly move as a country, to plant more trees at this rainy season in meeting the 10% forest cover target.

Admiring the Recruits parade with a smile are: from left; KFC Principal Prof. Donald Ogweno, CS Prof. Judi Wakhungu, D/KFS Emilio Mugo, Board Chair Mr. Peter Kinyua and PS Dr. Margaret Mwakima

Admiring the Recruits parade with a smile are: from left; KFC Principal Prof. Donald Ogweno, CS Prof. Judi Wakhungu, D/KFS Emilio Mugo, Board Chair Mr. Peter Kinyua and PS Dr. Margaret Mwakima

In her part, the Principal Secretary, Dr. Margaret Mwakima said the forest rangers represent the country’s youth whom the government is dedicated to see they get employment. She said that the government through Environment and Natural Resources ministry is also targeting the youth through implementation of the green schools tree growing program where school going children are trained on the importance of tree planting.

Mwakima added that the 291 Forest rangers represent 47 counties, which is a sign of commitment by the National Government in working with devolved structures of governance and hence promoting national cohesion.

The passing out parade of Forest Guard recruits was also attended by the Chairman KFS board Mr. Peter Kinyua, Director Kenya Forest Service Mr. Emilio Mugo, Principal Kenya Forest College and senior KFS officials among others.

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1111The United Nations/Kenya Conference on Space Technology Applications for Wildlife Management and Protecting Biodiversity is co-organized by the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) and the Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources & Regional Development Authorities (MENR & RDA), on behalf of the Government of Kenya, to address the use of space based solutions for wildlife management and protecting biodiversity.

The focus of the Conference is to review existing, planned space based technologies and applications for wildlife management, and protecting biodiversity in support of meeting the relevant targets set out for Sustainable Development Goal 15: “Life on Land – to protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, halt and reverse land degradation, and halt biodiversity loss”.

The aim of the conference is to bring together stakeholders involved in biodiversity and wildlife management, including representatives of space industry, governmental and non-governmental organizations and expert communities, as well as the relevant space applications and geo-spatial experts and the users of such applications, including park rangers and wildlife managers, to share their user requirements and experience and present existing and planned space technologies and applications.

For more information:  spacetechsecretariat@environment.go.ke  

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Cabinet Secretary Prof. Judi Wakhungu and Principal Secretary Dr. Margaret Mwakima join members of the British Army in Kenya during the launch of 2016 long rains tree planting season.

Cabinet Secretary Prof. Judi Wakhungu and Principal Secretary Dr. Margaret Mwakima join members of the British Army in Kenya during the launch of 2016 long rains tree planting season.

This year’s long rains tree planting season was officially launched at Nyambogichi Primary school in Laikipia County by the Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Natural Resources and Regional Development Authorities Prof. Judi Wakungu on 4th April 2016.

Accompanied by her Principal Secretary Dr. Margaret Mwakima, Wakhungu also officiated the launch of  Nyambogichi water harvesting project at the school, saying that there was need for her Ministry to continue working with the school children and the youths in order to instill a culture of tree planting in the Kenyan Society at an early stage.

Speaking during the event, the CS assured the residents that her Ministry,  through the Kenya Forest Service (KFS) will ensure that there was enough seedlings countrywide for planting during this season and encouraged the media to run a publicity campaign pointing out where wananchi could access the tree seedlings.

The event  also witnessed the signing of the Transition Implementation Plan (TIP) between the County government of  Laikipia on one hand and the KFS on the other. This arrangement which started in February 2016 will be rolled out to all the 47 counties and it will provide a clear roadmap for implementation of devolved forestry functions.

“During the month of February this year, my Ministry through Kenya Forest Service, held regional meetings with all the counties to finalize the Transition Implementation Planning (TIPs) for devolved forestry functions.” She said.

On her part, the Ps Dr. Margaret Mwakima said such events not only helps the country to achieve the 10% national forest cover threshold but also to strengthen the forest sector to continue producing a continuous flow of forest goods and services which are needed by our national economy.

Mwakima encouraged the Laikipia County’s efforts of initiating tree planting activities  in improving the forest cover that remain threatened by human encroachment, Global warming, environmental degradation, and clearing forests for agricultural purposes.

The event was attended by among others Laikipia Governor Joshua Irungu who promised that the county would plant 10 million trees this season alone. Others were the KFS chairman Peter Kimani, KFS Director Emillio Mugo, Director Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI) Dr. Ben Chikamai and the County Commissioner among others.

Cabinet Secretary, Prof. Judi Wakhungu and Principal Secretary Dr. Margaret Mwakima witnesses the signing of transitional implementation plan between the County Government and KFS, for devolved forestry functions

Cabinet Secretary, Prof. Judi Wakhungu and Principal Secretary Dr. Margaret Mwakima witnesses the signing of transitional implementation plan between the County Government and KFS, for devolved forestry functions

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Cabinet Secretary Prof Judi Wakhungu Welcoming President Uhuru Kenyatta at the Giants Club Summit Venue on 29n April 2016

Cabinet Secretary Prof Judi Wakhungu Welcoming President Uhuru Kenyatta at the Giants Club Summit Venue on 29n April 2016

The historic Giants club summit for elephant range states of Africa was officially inaugurated on 29 April 2016 by his Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta at Mt Kenya Safari Club Hotel

Uhuru who was proud of the initiative, said that the Club seeks to combat poaching by bringing visionary leaders of African Elephant – range stations, enlightening heads of major business operating in African and financing resources and technical capacity to urgently save Africa’s remaining elephant population.

President Uhuru said that African elephant is faced by many threats, including illegal killing for ivory and other produces, conflicts with human, local over-abundance and loss and fragmentation of habitants. The numerous threats to elephant populations are therefore of great concern to all African elephant range states. Poaching not only undermines the sustainable economic development of local communities but also national economies.

President Uhuru Kenyatta (Kenya), Ali Bongo (Gabon) and Yoweri Museveni (Uganda) during the launch of Giants Club Summit on 29 April 2016.

President Uhuru Kenyatta (Kenya), Ali Bongo (Gabon) and Yoweri Museveni (Uganda) during the launch of Giants Club Summit on 29 April 2016.

He said that the Government has adopted various strategies to curb this trend, amongst which is being a founder member of the Giants Club.  The Clubs key objective, he added, is to provide political, financial and technical capacity for effective frontline protection of African elephant and support.

The President noted that four (4) key thematic areas of interactions by Giants Club must be observed in Conservation and management of African Elephant.

  1. Training, resourcing and mentoring frontline rangers and the judiciary to protect elephants and the species that share their range at source.
  2. Assisting African States to join the Elephant protection initiative audit their ivory stockpiles and put these stocks beyond economic use.
  3. Lobbying key influencers to encourage the reduction in demand for ivory.
  4. Creating long-term sustainable finance for the protection and conservation of the African elephant.

The summit and the burning of Kenya’s elephant ivory and rhino horn stock pile in the next day of 30th April, 2016 was to serve as an example of the Government’s continued commitment to combat wildlife crime and in putting wildlife products beyond economic use.

The Cabinet Secretary Prof, Judi Wakhungu lamented on how worrying it has been for our elephants decline in population in the 1980s unlike the 70s when a huge Wildlife population intermingled with people without a report on human wildlife conflict.

Wakhungu said that Kenya has developed a ten year conservation and management strategy for the elephant (2012-2021), launched in 2012, to address the threats facing elephant conservation in Kenya and align with the requirements of the African Elephant action plan.

The heads of states from elephant member countries who attended the launch of the summit are Ali Bongo of Gabon and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda.

WHAT IS GIANTS CLUB

Giants Club is a Forum for African Heads of State, Global Business Leaders, Key Influencers and Elephants Conservation Experts to secure Africa’s remaining elephant’s populations and the landscape they depend on.

The vision for Giants Club Summit is to bring together African Heads of State, Business Leaders, Key influencers and Conservation Experts for the purpose of ensuring a future for elephants and the landscapes they depend on, forever.

The Giants Club was founded by Space for Giants and the Presidents of Bostwana, Gabon, Kenya and Uganda.  Its goal is to effectively protect at least 50% of the continents elephant population and the landscapes they depend on by 2020.

This is a Club governed by a committee, nominated by its member, with day to day management executed by a secretariat.  It is an African led platform to deliver conservation to the highest standard.

The goal of the club will be achieved by:-

  1. Providing technical assistance and resources to build frontline protection capacity in each Giants Club Country.
  1. Providing technical assistance and resource to build capacity to manage human-wildlife conflict.
  1. Creating an investment platform to generate sustainable revenue for the maintenance of the Conservation State, within each Giants Club Country.

By doing these three things, the summit will achieve meaningful short and long term action for ensuring elephants, the landscapes and range, are secure forever.

President Uhuru Kenyatta who was the Guest of Honour at the Giants Club Summit on 29th April 2016 at Mt Kenya Safari Club Hotel, said he was proud of the initiative which seeks to combat poaching by bringing visionary leaders of African Elephant – range stations, enlightening heads of major business operating in African and financing resources and technical capacity to urgently save Africa’s remaining elephant population.

President Uhuru said that African elephant is faced by many threats, including illegal killing for ivory and other produces, conflicts with human, local over-abundance and loss and fragmentation of habitants.  The numerous threats to elephant populations are therefore of great concern to all African elephant range states.  Poaching not only undermines the sustainable economic development of local communities but also national economies.

He said that the Government has adopted various strategies to curb this trend, amongst which is being a founder member of the Giants Club.  The Clubs key objective, he added, is to provide political, financial and technical capacity for effective frontline protection of African elephant and support. The delivery of the African Elephant Action Plan (AEAP).

The President noted that four (4) key thematic areas of interactions by Giants Club must be observed in Conservation and management of African Elephant.

  1. Training, resourcing and mentoring frontline rangers and the judiciary to protect elephants and the species that share their range at source.
  2. Assisting African States to join the Elephant protection initiative audit their ivory stockpiles and put these stocks beyond economic use.
  3. iii.    Lobbying key influencers to encourage the reduction in demand for ivory
  4. Creating long-term sustainable finance for the protection and conservation of the African elephant.

The summit and the burning of Kenya’s elephant ivory and rhino horn stock pile in the next day of 30th April, 2016 was to serve as an example of the Government’s continued commitment to combat wildlife crime and in putting wildlife products beyond economic use.

The heads of states from elephant member countries who attended the launch of the summit are Ali Bongo of Gabon and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda.

The Cabinet Secretary Prof, Judi Wakhungu lamented on how worrying it has been for our elephants decline in population in the 1980s unlike the 70s when a huge Wildlife population intermingled with people without a report on human wildlife conflict.

Wakhungu said that Kenya has developed a ten year conservation and management strategy for the elephant (2012-2021), launched in 2012, to address the threats facing elephant conservation in Kenya and align with the requirements of the African Elephant action plan.

 

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1.SUMMARY

Rainfall analysis from 1st March to 30th April 2016 indicates that the seasonal rainfall performance was generally poor over most parts of the country in March but fairly good during the month of April, especially over western and central highlands including Nairobi, Northwestern, northern Kenya (Moyale, Marsabit) and the southern Coastal strip. Generally depressed rainfall was, however, recorded over the rest of the country and more so the Northeastern, northern Coastal strip and several parts of Southeastern Kenya during the two-month period. The enhanced rainfall recorded in April over the southern Coastal strip and central Kenya including Nairobi resulted into floods and landslides that led to loss of lives, destruction of property and displacement of people……Read More

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