Tuesday, August 21, 2018
 The CS prof. Judi Wakhungu and Principal Secretary Dr. Margaret Mwakima with Kenyan delegation after one of the side meetings


The CS prof. Judi Wakhungu and Principal Secretary Dr. Margaret Mwakima with Kenyan delegation after one of the side meetings

The CITES COP17 has agreed on the proposal on closing of domestic ivory market. This is an historical moment for Kenya to witness the closing of domestic ivory market. China, who are the lead market to ivory from Kenya have already proposed amendments that will totally strengthen the proposal.

The amendments which were done yesterday, were received with several interjections but it was unfortunate that China had made the decision of wanting to save elephant’s lives. It was a surprise for Kenya to see China supporting strong measures to conserve elephant.

China has further said that their decision for support to close the Ivory Domestic market will mean that there will be no illegal trade and poaching. The elephants are therefore assumed to enjoy the highest standards of protection under conservation.

Domestic trade maintains demand for Ivory and creates opportunities to launder poached Ivory. The proposal would reinforce the message that all ivory trade is detrimental for the survival of elephants.

Participants of CITES COP17 in a meeting

Participants of CITES COP17 in a meeting

The enormous Illicit ivory trade has led to an increase in criminal activities which have seen a third of the continent’s elephants wiped out in the last seven years. Without support for these proposals, Africa’s elephants will continue to decline at an alarming rate.

The Deputy Director for Species Conservation management with KWS, Mr. Patrick Omondi took the lead in presenting the proposal on domestic market at the CITES COP17 in South Africa.

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Participants of CITES COP17 in a meeting

The CITES  (Convention of Golden Goose Mid Star Schuhe international trade in endangered species of Flora and Fauna)  COP17, which is meeting in South Africa since 23rd September until  5th  October has agreed to transfer all the eight Adidas Neo Skor Barn Pangolins species to Appendix 1. The decision to transfer all the African Pangolin species to Appendix 1 was done yesterday, during the proceedings of committees at Sandton Convention Center, in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Witnessing the agreement, the head of CITES implementation in Kenya Mr. Solomon Kyalo says that this agreement will give the Pangolin full protection against international trade by eliminating any question on the legality of trade. It is Jordan 12 Pink assumed that this will make it harder for criminals to traffic them Sand also increase consequences to those who are to trade on Pangolins.

Parties must Kyrie 2 Effect therefore move swiftly to enforce the decision on the illegality of the Pangolin trade in saving the survival. Illegal trade will continue to threaten Pangolins as long as demand for their meat and scales persist, until enforcement by Parties on the decision is activated.

Jacob Zuma, president of South Africa addressing participants of CITES COP17, at Sandton Convention Center, Johannesberg

Anti -Poaching and Anti-trafficking efforts need to be strengthened in Golden Goose Deluxe Brand Sale reducing demand for illegal Wildlife products in countries like China, Vietnam etc.

The proposal on Pangolins had been introduced by Senegal and Nigeria at (COP17. PROP.12) to transfer the Pangolin ( M. gigantea ), the South African Pangolin (M. temminckii) the white long tailed Pangolin (M. tricuspis) and long tailed Pangolin (M.tetradactyla) FROM Appendix 11 to Appendix 1.

The COP17 noted that Pangolins are the World’s most trafficked Mammals, where Senegal underscored the importance of up Golden Goose Mid Star Pas Cher listing all African and Asian Pangolins to avoid look-alike issue at customs.

While at the meeting, COTE D’VOIRE noted with concern that the collapse of Asian Pangolin spopulations has triggered an increased demand from African species.

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The Kenyan delegation to South Africa for CITES COP17 is led by Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Prof. Judi Wakhungu and Principal Secretary, Natural Resources Dr. Margaret Mwakima. Other Delegates for CITES are, Ministry officials, NGOs, Community conservationists etc.

ANGOLA,TOGO, KENYA, GABON, LIBERIA, SOUTH AFRICA, CAMEROON, The US, COLOMBIA, TANZANIA, REBUPLIC OF KOREA,MALI and TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, supported the proposal.

For more information on CTES COP17 go to   

 

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Off to the counties- PS, Charles Sunkuli flagging off the clean energy consignement to different regions of the country as the project manager of Low Emission, Dr. Harun Warui looks on

Off to the counties- PS, Charles Sunkuli flagging off the clean energy consignement to different regions of the country as the project manager of Low Emission, Dr. Harun Warui looks on

The country’s economy could be dramatically boosted if the percentage of solar energy is significantly harnessed for commercial and domestic applications, Environment Principal Secretary Mr. Charles Sunkuli has said.

He observed that Kenya is stepping up efforts to propagate the use of renewable energy that will mitigate vagaries of climate change in the country whose economy depends on climate sensitive sectors.

The PS regretted that the percentage of solar energy harnessed for commercial and domestic use was insignificant despite the country receiving solar radiation all year round. This, he added is estimated at 4-6 kWh/hr/m2 per day that is adequate for both lighting and heating.

Mr. Sunkuli was speaking today when he flagged off solar equipment that will be used for training in 10 (ten) Technical Training Institutes across the country in an effort to propagate use of renewable energy.

He noted that Kenya has prioritized the deployment of clean and efficient energy technologies in its nationally determined contribution (NDC) to the United Nations Framework Convention on climate change submitted in the run-up to the land mark France Conference in 2015, where nations agreed to cut down on their green house gases emission.

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has supported the Low Emission Climate Resilient Development project for over Ksh. 700 million, part of which is used for training and infrastructure. The solar installation training will be conducted in Technical Training Institutes spread in Nyanza, Eastern, North Eastern, Central, Western, Coast and Nairobi regions.

A training manual on installation, maintenance and repair of Solar photovoltaic and water heating has been developed through stakeholder consultations. Already sixty (60) trainers have been inducted through Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology in collaboration with other organizations.

Mr. Sunkuli expressed confidence that through such training Kenya will achieve its long term goal of transformative and sustainable climate resilient economic growth.

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PS, Environment, Charles Sunkuli inspecting part of the clean energy consignment as Mr. Kanyanya from USAID and Dr. Harun Warui, Project manager, Low Emission look on

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img_0758Kenya remains committed to playing its rightful role in ensuring that international trade in endangered species of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival in the wild. This is why Kenya has lobbied and persuaded parties to the CITES to ensure discussion of the proposal before the COP17 bear this intention in mind.

In preparation to the participation for the COP17 conference, the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources has established a multi-agency Natural CITES Technical Committee, with expertise representation from the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, Kenya wildlife Service, National Museums of Kenya, Office of the Public Prosecution, State Department of Fisheries and Blue Economy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and selected National Conservation Non Governmental organizations to prepare County proposal and position on all COP17 agenda items and intervention to be articulated by the Country delegation to the COP in Johannesburg.

The Kenyan Country delegation is headed by Prof .Judi Wakhungu, the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources.

The African Elephant Coalition compromising 29 African Countries who are sharing commitment to ensure the survival of Elephants, has submitted five proposals, together with other  co-proponents to the CITES conference (COP17) to be held in Johannesburg 24th September to 5th October 2016.

This is therefore critically important that parties to CITIES adopt the proposals submitted by Kenya, key among them the five complementary proposals on African Elephant submitted by Kenya and other parties under the framework of the African Elephant coalition, calling for decisive action to ban trade in elephants and Elephants ivory, in order to save the species from extinction.

Over 180 proposals are lined up for discussion as agenda items of the Conference of the parties that will bring together 183 states that are parties to the Convention.

 KENYA’S PROPOSAL ON ELEPHANTS SUBMITTED TO CITES COP17

  1. Listing all Elephants in CITES appendix 1
  2. Closure of Domestic ivory Markets
  3. Ivory Stockpile Destruction and Management
  4. The Decision making mechanism for a process of trade in ivory (DMM). Recommends that COP should end Negotiations on the DMM.
  5. Restriction of trade in live elephants

OTHER (NON ELEPHANTS) PROPOSAL SUBMITTED BY KENYA TO CITES COP17

  1. African pangolin; COP17 prop. 12
  2. Thresher Sharks; COP17 prop. 43
  3. Mt Kenya Bush Viper; COP17 prop. 34
  4. Kenya Horned Viper; COP17 prop. 35
  5. Chameleons (Rieppeleon & Rhampholeon); COP 17 prop. 27
  6. Dalbergia spp (Rosewood and Palisanders); COP17 prop. 55
  7. Draft Decision of East African Sandalwood; COP17 doc. 65
  8. International trade in African tree species; COP17 doc. 77
  9. Combating Wildlife Cybercrime; COP17 doc. 29

 

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img_0757The 17th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties, the Convection on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES COP17) is scheduled to be held in Johannesburg, South Africa as from 24th September to 5th October 2016.

CITES was drafted as a result of a resolution adopted in 1963 at a meeting of members IUCN (The World Conservation Union). The text of the Convection was finally agreed at a meeting of representatives of 80 countries in Washington, D.C., the United States of America, on 3rd march 1973, and on 1 July 1975 CITES entered in force.

This convention is an international agreement between Governments, whose aim is to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival. The CITES objective in this matter, is to regulate international trade in endangered species of wild animals and plants.

This will be the fourth meeting of the conference of the parties to CITES held on the African continent since CITES came into force on 1july 1975 and will be the first held in the Continent since 2000..

All the parties involved to the convention always meet after every 2 to 3 years for  reviewing the progress made in the implementation of the convention and also consider any new measures to be implemented in ensuring exploitation of endangered species for international trade is sustainable and does not drive the species to extinction.

During this time of the convention is when parties propose to the conference of parties any other measures to be considered for implementation.

Once the proposals are adopted by the conference of parties, recommendations therefore become decision of the COP and are binding to the parties.

The Government of Kenya, through the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, has officially submitted 14 proposals for the consideration of the COP17.The proposals are on several species including, The African elephants. African pangolins, Thresher sharks, east –African Sandalwood tree species, African Rosewood tree species, Species of viper snakes and Chameleons.

These proposals, together with others submitted by other parties to the convention, have since been uploaded on the CITES website www.cites.org in readiness for discussions as agenda items of the triennial World Wildlife Conference   in Johannesburg, South Africa from 24 September to 5 October. Majority of this proposal have also been submitted jointly with other parties.

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Welcome- PS, State Department of Environment, Charles Sunkuli receiving the Indonesian envoy to Kenya, H.E. Yoshi Iskandar in his office.DSC_0025-001

Welcome- PS, State Department of Environment, Charles Sunkuli receiving the Indonesian envoy to Kenya, H.E. Yoshi Iskandar in his office.DSC_0025-001

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The challenge of solid waste management and climate change  is a real and growing one in Kenya, Principal Secretary in the State Department of Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli has said.

Speaking in his office, when he received the Indonesian Ambassador to Kenya, H.E. Yoshi Iskandar, Mr. Sunkuli noted that, uncontrolled and improper waste management affects human health, harbours disease causing organisms, thus increasing the cost of Medicare and called for collaboration and support of the Indonesian government in the area of solid waste management, environmental conservation and  climate change.

The Indonesian Ambassadour  (Minister Consellor), who was making a follow up on the recently held United Nations Environment Assembly 2 Conference (UNEA 2), extended an invite to the Ministry leadership to visit Indonesia’s Ministry of Environment and Forestry for a benchmarking and knowledge exchange programme on areas of park management and protection of wildlife among others and share lessons learnt from other partnerships, noting that,  Kenya and Indonesia had had bilateral meetings on the same and an MOU drafted on areas to explore during the visit.

The Ambassadour lauded Kenya’s efforts in fighting total ban on animal products noting that, this was a good way of protecting wildlife and securing the tourism sector.

Bilerteral talks - PS, Environment, Charles Sunkuli holding bilerteral talks with the Indonesian envoy to Kenya, H.E. Yoshi Iskandar.DSC_0013

Bilerteral talks – PS, Environment, Charles Sunkuli holding bilerteral talks with the Indonesian envoy to Kenya, H.E. Yoshi Iskandar.DSC_0013

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PS, State Department of Environment addressing wananchi during the Ozone Day at Kihoto, Naivasha.

County Governments could boost their economic activities by New Balance 597 On Feet constructing landfills that convert solid waste into alternative sources of energy, Environment Golden Goose Sneaker Outlet Principal Golden Goose Sneakers Enfants Pas Cher Secretary Mr. Nike Air Max 90 Print Charles Sunkuli has said.

He said that counties should convert solid waste to provide economic benefits for their communities through engineering controls that create green solutions such as alternative sources of energy for domestic and manufacturing.

The PS who was addressing participants of this year’s International Day for Preservation of the Ozone layer held at Kihoto grounds in Naivasha, decried poor methods of disposing waste that led to the destruction of the Ozone layer. Mr. Sunkuli singled out charcoal burning and burning of plastics as some of the activities that were to blame for destruction of the Ozone layer and decreased forest cover.

PS, Environment, Charles Sunkuli with other dignitaries join the mwomboko dancers in celebrating the Ozone Day in Naivasha.DSC_0195-001

Burning of substances Givenchy Scarf Sale releases lots of carbon into the atmosphere that in turn destroys the Ozone layer which shields the earth from harmful ultra Nike Air Max 90 Vt Black violet rays of the sun. He noted that there was need to find alternative ways of disposing the waste which was an eye sore in many urban and rural areas of the country and praised Nakuru County Government for making bold steps towards improved disposal of solid waste.

The PS disclosed that the State Department of Environment would partner with all the 47 counties to develop strategies of modern methods of solid waste management.

The International day for protection of the Ozone layer is observed to sensitize the public on the dangers of destroying the layer.

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PS, Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli Golden Goose Mid Star Sale addressing wananchi in Naivasha during the Ozone Day.

The Cabinet Secretary for Environment Prof. Judi Wakhungu has appealed to Kenyans to Adidas Climachill Ride Boost Gfx actively participate in the preservation of the Ozone layer in an effort to forestall the dangers associated to its destruction.

Prof. Wakhungu warned that depletion of the Ozone layer had harmful effects to humans and called for collective efforts in its protection to safe to secure lives. She observed that skin cancer, eye cataracts, reduced plant and animal productivity, poor air quality, damage to plastics and negative impact on the climate were among the dangerous effects of destruction of the Ozone layer.

The CS made the remarks in a speech read on her behalf by the Principal Secretary for Environment Mr. Charles Sunkuli during the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone layer held at Kihoto grounds, Naivasha on 16.09.16. The ozone layer is a deep layer from 10 km to 50 km above the earth’s surface and encircling the Earth. The layer shields the entire Earth from much of the harmful ultraviolet radiation that comes from the sun.

PS, Environment, Charles Sunkuli with other dignitaries join the mwomboko dancers in celebrating the Ozone Day in Naivasha.DSC_0195-001

The ozone layer became widely understood by the public after it was realized that certain chemicals manufactured by human beings known as chloroUnder Armour Micro G Torch 1 fluorocarbons, widely used as refrigerants, propellants in aerosol applications, and solvents  find their way up into the stratosphere where, through chemical reactions, they destroy some of the ozone.

Following this discovery, an international treaty was signed in 1973 called the Montreal Protocol that led to reduced manufacture of these chemicals. Kenya is signatory and Cheap Chanel Shawl ratified other consequent protocols.

“The country has made progress in phasing out Ozone depleting Substances in most applications and has at the same time adopted Ozone-friendly technologies that are now being used” Prof. Wakhungu added. The CS noted however, that the world will need to phase out hydro- fluorocarbons that were also associated with adverse effects of climate Canada Goose Woolford Jacket change.

She emphasized that Preservation of the Ozone Layer is one of the major environmental Golden Goose Mid Star Pas Cher concerns for the world adding that her Ministry in partnership with stakeholders were supporting industries and agricultural enterprises to shift from using Ozone Depleting to friendly alternatives.

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Prof. Wakhungu disclosed that training of refrigeration and air-conditioning service technicians was being carried out on best practices in prevention of the substances that deplete the Ozone. Similarly the CS observed that the Ministry of Environment had partnered with customs and Revenue Authority to control the importation of the harmful substances.

 

 

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19/09/2016

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In recognition of its spectacular migration of wildebeest from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to Maasai Mara Game Reserve, the 10th Sectoral Council of Ministers for Lake Victoria Basin met in Kigali Rwanda and declared every 15th September, to be Mara Day.

This year’s Mara day was marked in Bomet town, Bomet County, with Communities living along the Mara River ecosystem on both sides of Kenya and Tanzania  been called upon to conserve its catchment by adopting and embracing climate change strategies like bee keeping, establishment of tree nurseries and use of energy saving stoves, in order to ensure the river’s sustainability.

The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, which was among the various exhibitors during the event, attracted very many residents seeking information on the best environmental practices.

The Chief guest during the event, that was also attended by the Chairman of the Council of Governor’s who is also the Meru Governor Mr. Peter Munya,  Narok Governor Mr. Samuel Tunai and the host Governor, Mr. Isaac Rutto, was the Water Cabinet Secretary, Hon. Eugene Wamalwa, while the Director of Programmes and Projects in the State Department of Environment, Agnes Yobteric, represented the PS, Mr. Charles Sunkuli.

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CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu holding talks with the US Amb. Rober Codec in her NHIF office during the courtesy call

CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu holding talks with the US Amb. Rober Codec in her NHIF office during the courtesy call

The United States of America has singled out Kenya as a leading Environmental champion in Africa for its exemplary efforts to combat the effects of climate change.

The United States Ambassador to Kenya Mr. Robert Godec confirmed that his government will continue collaborating with Kenya in matters of Environment and Natural resources conservation to improve standards of living of the citizens.

Mr. Godec made the remarks during a courtesy call on the Environment Cabinet Secretary Prof. Judi Wakhungu where he presented her a letter of commendation from the US Special Envoy for Climate change Dr. Jonathan Pershing.

Principal Secretary, State Department of Environmen t, Mr. Charles Sunkuli listening keenly as the CS, Prof. Wakhungu briefs the US envoy, Robert Codec.

Principal Secretary, State Department of Environmen t, Mr. Charles Sunkuli listening keenly as the CS, Prof. Wakhungu briefs the US envoy, Robert Codec.

The Ambassador said that the US recognized Prof. Wakhungu’s leadership role in making Kenya a leader in matters Environment and singled out the country’s Nationally Determined Goals to adapt to climate change as outstanding.

Kenya has led African countries to implement climate change actions in areas of afforestation, low carbon emission, wind, geothermal energy among other sectors such as transport, water, construction. This follows the landmark climate change conference held in France in December 2015.

Kenya is among the very few African countries that have put in place climate change legislation alongside an adaptation plan that provides a vision for low carbon and climate resilient development pathway.

Prof. Wakhungu said that Kenya’s success in areas of climate change resilience development was through collaboration with the United States adding that as a leader in Africa the country would soon have a climate change council that would soon be announced by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

PS, Environment briefing the US envoy, Robert Codec on environmental issues as the CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu listens keenly.

PS, Environment briefing the US envoy, Robert Codec on environmental issues as the CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu listens keenly.

The CS who was accompanied by the Principal Secretary for Environment Mr.> Charles Sunkuli noted that Kenya had made significant steps in solid waste management that had been devolved to the counties.

“We have launched a rapid results initiative, closed several dumpsites and enforced environment management rules” she added.

The CS however observed that counties were facing serious capacity challenges in managing solid waste that was a growing problem adding that  her Ministry would provide leadership to control the menace.

Prof. Wakhungu disclosed that research findings indicated that 46% of diseases in Kenya were water borne and as a result of environment pollution.

During the meeting the two discussed matters of the forthcoming United Nations General Assembly and the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species to be held in South Africa.

 

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The CS Prof Judi Wakhungu, (right) and Principal Secretary Dr. Margaret Mwakima (center) briefs the Media on the importance of the launched forest and landscape restoration program.

The CS Prof Judi Wakhungu, (right) and Principal Secretary Dr. Margaret Mwakima (center) briefs the Media on the importance of the launched forest and landscape restoration program.

The Cabinet Secretary Prof.Judi Wakhungu called for co-operation and coordination amongst all stakeholders to restore degraded forest and other landscapes in order to reduce poverty, Improve food security and address the problem of climate change by conserving valued biodiversity.

Wakhungu said this while launching the forest and landscape Restoration program at Hotel Intercontinental, adding that the program will resonate extremely to National aspirations as   expressed in vision 2030, in Agriculture, environment climate change and forest policies and legislation.

She noted that the Government has already committed 5.1 million hectares of deforested and degraded forest and other landscapes for restoration by the year 2030. “The commitment is directly linked to climate change (NDC) and the National forestry aspirations including the minimum 10% forest cover”, CS added.

Launch of Forest and Landscape Restoration Program 08 /09 /2016

Launch of Forest and Landscape Restoration Program 08 /09 /2016

Wakhungu said that the program shall not involve the National Government alone, but will incorporate all stakeholders like county Governments, Universities, NGOS, Community Groups and the private Sector in reversing ecosystem  degradation and live in amore verdant and productive world.

On her part, the Principal Secretary for Natural Resources Dr. Margaret Mwakima reiterated the CS’ remarks that the program presented an opportunity to demonstrate the success of a collaborative approach to natural resources and environmental conservation.

Also present during the launch were the Chairman Kenya Forest board of Directors Mr. Peter Kinyua, KFS Director Emilio Mugo and the Conservation Secretary Mr. Gideon Gathaara.

 

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PS State Department of Environment Mr Charles Sunkuli addressing wananchi at Duka Moja. He called on them to discard the thro away culture

PS State Department of Environment Mr Charles Sunkuli addressing wananchi at Duka Moja. He called on them to discard the thro away culture

The Principal Secretary in the State Department of Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli, has called for a sustained awareness creation on eco-matters such as the nasty “throw away culture” that is Kenya’s weak point in solid waste management, in a bid to impact the relevance of individuals and communities responsibility to their obligation for a sustainable environment.

Speaking at Duka moja, Suswa in Kajiado County during the launching ceremony of the rehabilitation and restoration of the Lake Magadi ecosystem that was officiated by the Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry Prof. Judi Wakhungu,  Mr. Sunkuli noted that, Under the social pillar of the Kenya Vision 2030, Kenya aspires to establish a just and cohesive society that enjoys equitable social development in a clean and secure environment, that will drive the country into a middle income status.

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PS, Environment, Mr. Charles Sunkuli, watering a commerative tree at Duka Moja as the CS, Prof. Judi Wakhungu looks on

The Principal Secretary noted that, the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources was working in earnest to ensure the public has adequate information regarding on-going initiatives and their roles in order to secure improved livelihoods and economic prosperity for all Kenyans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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