Mikoko Project: Conservation & Resilience of Kenya's Mangrove Forests

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Giving journalists means to alert the population and policy-makers to mangrove conservation – IRD

On December 15th, Kenyan journalists were invited to a thematic workshop on mangrove conservation and resilience in order to better apprehend this complex ecosystem. The workshop gathered some twenty journalists, scientists, civil society actors and mangrove users for a day of knowledge exchange on Kenya’s mangrove forests. The IRD and Cirad-led Mikoko project actors participated and shared their […]

Capacity building through community-based technologies in beekeeping

A Mikoko team visited the KWETU TRAINING CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT to conduct beekeeping training from November 9th to 13th, 2020. The team included Joan Nelima W. (Master student), Kennedy Wafula Otoi (field technician) and 3 villagers from Pate Island and members of the CBO “Pate Resource and Tourism Initiative” (PRATI) Abdudi Muhemed, Saidi Bakari Hamza, […]

Training on Mangrove Ecosystem – Gede

Within that framework of Mikoko project, the IRD and CIRAD organized a 4-day training workshop on “MANGROVE ECOSYSTEM TRAINING COURSE” that took place in National Museum of KenyaGede, Kilifi County, from 18th to 21st of February 2020. The training brought together some key stakeholders such as local community leaders and the KFS Ecosystem Conservators from […]

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