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  • Vilela, Thaís   Bruner, Aaron ( http://www.conservation-strategy.org , 2017-02-15)
    Construction of the proposed Isiolo Dam in the Ewaso Ng’iro River has been identified by Kenya’s National Water Conservation and Pipeline Corporation as necessary to improve local livelihood by providing water for domestic ...
  • Lanari, Nora ( Centre for Development and Environment (CDE) , 2014-10-20)
    Like other countries in East Africa, Kenya faces seasonal water shortages that make it important to use and distribute water in an optimal way. One of Kenya’s biggest water users is its growing commercial horticulture ...
  • Kläy A, Adam Y. 2015. L4S: multi-stakeholder cooperation. In: Ehrensperger A, Ott C, Wiesmann U, editors. Eastern and Southern Africa Partnership Programme: Highlights from 15 Years of Joint Action for Sustainable Development. Bern, Switzerland: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern, with Bern Open Publishing (BOP), pp. 131–134. http://doi.org/10.7892/boris.72023. ( Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern, with Bern Open Publishing (BOP) , 2015-12-01)
    ESAPP was a research implementation programme that sought to advance sustainable development through joint action and co-production of knowledge in the context of local and regional initiatives. It promoted sustainable ...
  • Centre for Training and Integrated Research in ASAL Development, Nanyuki ( Centre for Training and Integrated Research in ASAL Development (CETRAD) , 2017)
  • Loon, A. Van   Lasage, R.   Mathijssen, H.   Droogers, P. ( Future Water , 2007-01)
    Improved water management is highly required as water related disasters are on the rise. Population growth and climate change are likely to exacerbate those problems in the future and the number of people affected, total ...

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