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  1. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    décembre, 2017
    Kenya

    Determining an appropriate allocation of land between alternative competing uses is a fun-damental problem that continues to be a challenge in many developing countries. Amboseli Ecosystem, one of Kenya’s rangelands has been experiencing changes in its economic activi-ties. Traditionally pastoralism and wildlife conservation has been the key source of livelihood for people in the ecosystem. Crop production is a more recent economic activity being inte-grated in the ecosystem. These changes are attributable to the macro and micro economic, social and demographic factors.

  2. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    décembre, 2018
    Kenya

    The Thika Superhighway is perhaps the most massive infrastructural project in the East African region, save for perhaps the standard gauge railway (SGR) project. It was anticipated by the business community, leading to the change of use of land along it, manifested in the development of malls and housing estates. This land use change is continuing despite the road having been completed in February of the year 2012. The road was built with the aim of easing the traffic congestion problem, but traffic congestion persists.

  3. Library Resource
    Articles et Livres
    décembre, 2015
    Kenya

    The adoption and adaptation of enclosures in the arid and semi-arid rangelands of sub-Saharan Africa is driven and
    sustained by a combination of factors. However, reviews indicate that these factors cannot be generalized, as they
    tend to be case specific. A study was therefore conducted to explore the history and reasons for enclosure establishment
    in Chepareria, a formerly degraded communal rangeland in north-western Kenya. While Vi-Agroforestry Organization
    accounting for 52.5 % was the main source of knowledge on enclosure establishment; it has now emerged

  4. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    décembre, 1984
    Kenya

    The future of wildlife in our conserved
    ecosystem depends largely on the future planning for
    land use in the adjacent areas. All National Parks
    and game reserves in Kenya, as they now exist, are in
    some degree or other dependent on the relationship
    between land use changes and wildlife in the areas
    sorrounding them. If the surrounding lands deteriorate
    through misuse, or if, in the management no consideration
    is given to wildlife, the national parks and game
    reserves will suffer, or,even be destroyed. Nairobi

  5. Library Resource
    Articles et Livres
    décembre, 2008
    Kenya

    Land is one of the most important naturaE resources for the creation of wealth in many societies. Its ownership and control brings economic power, which in turn, is often the basis for social and polifical power Unlike other factors of production such as labour and capilal, land is in fixed supply. Of the total land area of Kenya of 56.9 million hectares, more than 90 percent is agricultural land. Over 80 percent of this land is categorized as Arid and Semiarid land where about 25 percent of the total population resides and over 50 percent of the total livestock is produced.

  6. Library Resource
    Articles et Livres
    décembre, 2018
    Kenya

    The objective of the study was to detect and identify land cover changes in Laikipia County of Kenya that have occurred during the last three decades. The land use types of study area are six, of which three are the main and the other three are the minor. The main three, forest, shrub or bush land and grassland, changed during the period, of which grasslands reduced by 5864 ha (40%), forest by 3071 ha (24%) and shrub and bush land increased by 8912 ha (43%).

  7. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    décembre, 2010
    Kenya

    Land in most Kenyan societies is the most important of the natural resources, representing
    the foundation of much of the country's economic activity. For most individual Kenyans,
    the purchase of a parcel of land represents the largest financial and legal transaction of their
    lifetime. Hence the buying, selling, and refinancing of land is a significant component of the
    Kenyan economy. Therefore the. ability to firmly and quickly establish ownership and to
    allow secure and effective transfers is essential to the economic competitiveness of Kenya in

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