#LaikipiaForum News Updates

February Edition 2021
TOURISM
Laikipia – Becoming a Leader in Authentic & Unique Travel Experiences
The Magical Kenya Signature Experience (MKSE) program is an initiative that promotes a compilation of authentic and exceptional travel experiences that are best aligned to Magical Kenya’s brand promise.

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WATER
Building A Case For Stronger WRUA Institutions
The Kenya Water Act 2016 provides for the establishment of Water Resource Users Associations (WRUA) for the collaborative management of water resources and to manage water use conflicts at sub-catchment levels.

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WILDLIFE
Back To Front?
Kenya Wildlife Policy 2020 Sessional Paper No 1
Most policy documents set the stage for legislation and strategies. The legislation is the tool that interprets policy, and strategies are used to activate and mobilize resources in support of policy and legislation.

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RANGELANDS

The Restoration Opportunities Assessment Methodology (ROAM)

A Solution for Mukogodo Landscape Restoration?

The Restoration Opportunities Assessment Methodology (ROAM), produced by IUCN and the World Resources Institute, provides a flexible and affordable framework for countries to rapidly identify and analyze forest landscape restoration (FLR) potential and locate specific areas of opportunity at a national or sub-national level.

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Partnerships Show the Way for Security in Mukogodo Forest

The ILMAMUSI Forest Association, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Kenya Forest Service, Borana Conservancy, Kenya Wildlife Service, the Northern Rangeland Trust, and the Laikipia Forum met on the 4th of March to agree on the team and the roadmap that will implement the new BIOPAMA Mukogodo Support Project.

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LAND USE
Laikipia County Spatial Plan Update
The Fourth Schedule of the Constitution of Kenya confers the role of spatial/land use planning to the County Governments. Additionally, the County Government Act of 2012 requires each County Government to prepare a ten-year GIS-based County Spatial (Development) Plan (CSP) in respect of the entire area of jurisdiction of the County..

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