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  1. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    décembre, 1987
    Kenya

    In the early days of commercial penetration of East
    Africa by the Europeans the present route to Uganda originating
    from the Kenyan Coast town of Mombasa was rarely used
    because of the difficulties experienced in sustaining long
    caravans over the arid Nyika Region between the Coast and
    the Kenya Highlands, and the hostility of tribes inhabiting
    this area - especially the Masai. Colonial penetration of
    the present area known as Kenya began about 1850 and intensified
    after 1883 when Joseph Thomson managed to cross Masai Land;

  2. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    décembre, 2017
    Kenya

    The land question in Kenya has never been solved. Land is a pertinent source of livelihood, the problem has persisted and in a number of years caused chaos as people grow impatient. Over time, there have been complaints from various communities and recently, the past governments have sought to listen to the ailing communities. The National Land Policy and the National Land Commission characterize efforts to remedy the continued situation bedeviling the African communities.

  3. Library Resource

    A case study of Somalia. Land Degradation and Development.

    Articles et Livres
    décembre, 2011
    Somalie

    Land degradation is a gradual, negative environmental process that is accelerated by human activities. Its gradual nature allows degradation to
    proceed unnoticed, thus reducing the likelihood of appropriate and timely control action. Presently, there are few practical frameworks to help
    countries design national strategies and policies for its control. The study presented here developed a framework for the national assessment of
    land degradation. This framework is envisaged to support governments in formulating policies on land degradation. It uses time-series remote

  4. Library Resource
    Articles et Livres
    décembre, 2011
    Kenya

    The abundance and diversity of soil mites was monitored along a gradient of land use types (LUTs) during the wet seasons in soils of Taita Taveta, Kenya. Sampling of mites from soils was carried out in eight LUTs which included maize-based system (Zea mays), coffee (Coffea Arabica), horticulture, napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum), fallow, pine (Pinus patula), cypress (Cypressus lusitanica), natural forest.

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