|Led by: WWF-UK|
“Our work in the country is predicated on our deep knowledge and relationships that have been built with the government and the communities in or near where we work. Our current strategy (2020-2030) is guided by the following vision: A healthy natural environment supporting people and sustainable development in Kenya.” - Mxolisi Sibanda, Senior Programme Advisor, WWF-UK
This project will build on the Kaptagat integrated landscape restoration plan by training communities in agroforestry and climate-smart agricultural practices that see trees or shrubs grown alongside crops or livestock. This aims to provide alternatives to illegal logging and unsustainable subsistence agriculture. The project will also conduct a value chain analysis for agroforestry products to support sustainable and scaleable business models.