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A documentary of leaders and representatives of communities living in community land (undissolved Group Ranches, Trust Lands, Wetlands and Forests) including traditional leaders, forest dwellers, hunters and gathers, women, the youth and Persons with Disability (PWD); representative from the NLC and the Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning of Kenya (MoLPP); County Government officials from Laikipia, Samburu and Isiolo convening at the Community Land Summit shared experiences, lessons learnt and aspirations in regard to the progress made in the implementation of the CLA2016 in Kenya.


Effects of Climate Change on Pregnant Women & Children Under 5 years.
Case study-Naatum Women Group

Understanding the impacts of Climate Change to Pastoralist Women & Children. Special Focus on pregnant women and children below the age of 5 Years. A case Scenario of Naatum Women Group. From this Video the women give their views on what they consider as the causes of climate change, the impacts and their adaptive capabilities. Naatum Women Group is based in Laikipia North, Under the Morupusi former group ranch where they undertake their economic activities in the place of land granted to them by the community



Under the theme "Nurturing peace through inter-county community dialogue for a better tomorrow" IMPACT brought together policy makers from six counties of Northern Kenya to deliberate together with community representatives on the roadmap towards sustainable peace.The discussions were centered on the conflicts drivers and the Community efforts in conflict resolution,prevention and management



The Drastic water flow reduction in the Ewaso Nyiro River is a sign of disaster to both animals and communities, the prolonged drought and desertification in the area have led to the downfall of the socio-economic aspect of the pastoral communities living along the river. Decreased plant cover, soil erosion, adverse heat, and minimum water flows are some of the problems currently facing the Ewaso Nyiro River.The Camel Caravan walk deepened and increased the knowledge of the communities on the importance of the Ewaso Ng’iro River to the pastoral communities downstream and increased their capacity for environmental conservation.


The EAIPLS brought together Indigenous People; pastoralist and hunter-gatherer communities from Eastern Africa (Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, DRC, Rwanda, and Burundi) to share and learn from each other on the current issues affecting them, directly engage policymakers from governments, regional and sub-regional governmental organizations including AU and RECs, CSOs, the private sector other actors; and together forge the way forward towards addressing those challenges. The summit adopted inclusive and consultative dialogues, cultural exchanges, discussions, plenary, and other innovative approaches to ensure the effective engagement of all participants.

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