Reducing Community Vulnerability to Disaster
Natural disasters usually have great impact on the environment, which in most cases is negative. The 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake
REDD+ Gap Analysis
Partner: FAO and Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife Project Overview Reducing Emission from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) is an
Natural Resource Management Programme
The Natural Resource Management Programme (NRMP) aims to help achieve Kenya’s Vision 2030 by reducing poverty through sustainable management of
Promoting Sustainable Forest Governance and Climate Change Adaptation for Improved Livelihoods in Kenya
ILEG with the support from Sida/Act! under the Changieni Rasili Mali (CRM) Facility is implementing a 3 year (2012-2014) project
Thinking Globally, Acting Locally
“Think globally, act locally” is a common phrase in sustainable development discourse. But it underlies a critical call on the
Strengthening Local Communities Participation in Forest Governance Under a Devolved Government System in Kenya.
Project Overview: ILEG with the support from the Embassy of Finland in Nairobi is implementing a project entitled “Strengthening Local
Strengthening national and sub-national capacities to promote climate-resilient low-carbon development at sub-national level in Africa and Southeast Asia: Learning through exchange and networking.
This project seeks to promote diffusion of successful local climate policies and good practice across local, regional and international learning
Strengthening Democracy through Community-based Participatory Planning for Climate Resilient Low Carbon Development in Kenya.
Natural resources governance and local development planning provide critical entry points for fostering appropriate climate change responses, consequently improving governance