The Mikoko Project is a 2-year project whose main objective is to restore and conserve mangrove forests in Kenya to improve socioeconomic well-being and ensure environmental sustainability especially in the context of climate change.

The Project

The project Mikoko aims to meet the challenge of managing the Kenyan mangrove ecosystem strategically for climate change adaptation, protection of biodiversity and economic development of the coastal region.

Mikoko is an FSPI project in Higher Education, Research and Professional Training with and thanks to the cooperation between organisations in Kenya : Kenya Forest Service (KFS), Institute for Climatic Change & Adaptation (ICCA), National Museums of Kenya (NMK), Kenya Marine & Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI), Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI), Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), Egerton University (Nakuru), Kenya Forestry College (Londiani), The National Environment Management Authority of Kenya (NEMA), Lamu County Government and France (IRD and CIRAD) who possess unparalleled experience in meeting this demand.

 

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