Article: How Counties Can Support Communities On Community Land Matters (Part II) – Guest Author

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Share      [By: Taalamu Guest Author for June 2020] The first part of this article on the opportunities for counties to support formalization of community land ownership through registration, I discussed the improvements to be made in terms of human resource capacity, technical expertise and equipment. This second part shall touch on the less tangible but more…


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Article: How Counties can support communities on community land matters (Part I) – Guest Author

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Share      [By: Taalamu Guest Author for June 2020] We are now nearing the four-year mark since the Community Land Act, 2016 was enacted into law. The Act was assented to law on 31st August 2016 and commenced operation three weeks later on 21st September of the same year. Two years later, in 2018, the regulations to…


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Article: Why community engagement is key in energy projects – Antoinette Bonita

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Share      [Source: Business Daily, by Antoinette Bonita] To successfully implement an energy project in Kenya, comprehensive engagement with local communities is of paramount importance. As one of the stakeholders, local communities are, arguably, the most affected whenever a power project is implemented. They lose their land, their lives are uprooted, their livelihoods disrupted and their movements…


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Article: Teamwork that community projects require to succeed – Peris Mangira

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Share      [Source: Business Daily, by Peris Mangira] Picture kicking-off a multi-million-shilling project then getting stuck midway because you forgot to bring on board expert hands to tackle certain key components. Or worse, implementing a project to completion only to have low or zero utilisation because your would-be beneficiaries saw no value in it. It may sound…


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