This working paper summarises the importance of forestry to Kenya’s economy and describes the effects of other sectors on its development. The current and predicted future status of the different arms of forestry in the country are presented.
Information is provided on why to involve traditional leaders in the decentralisation and restructuring process. The extent to which this may be happening anyhow (by default) is part of the research hypotheses that guided fieldwork, which have not found to be relevant in all countries.
Meeting symbol/code: NEFC 2000 2
Meeting symbol/code: FO:NEFC/2000/REP
Session: Sess. 14
Meeting symbol/code: FAO-RNE--ALAWUC/NE/00/REP
Session: Sess. 1
This paper outlines FAO's past and present activities on combating desertification, with particular emphasis on the Near East Region, in an attempt to mobilise all the potential efforts towards the establishment of an adequate strategy to enable this particular part of the world to build efficient regional and national programmes to combat resource degradation, restore land productivity and ach
The Basic Law and other constitutional documents were decreed by King Fahd bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
This is a resource from the Resource Equity LandWise database of resources.
This sectoral document aims to intervene, at national level, on the deterioration of pastoral lands, recovering those already deteriorated, through an action of sustainable development and management of the Ministry of Agriculture.