Our outputs

Final Mid-term Review Report

The transboundary coast area between Kenya and Somalia constitutes land and seas scapes with rich collection of invaluable species inhabiting forests, grasslands, agricultural land and near shore marine ecosystems.

CROSS BORDER EXCHANGE TOUR TO MPALA RESEARCH CENTRE

IGAD BMP projected implemented by ICRAF enhances cross border collaboration in biodiversity management by the member states through, among other things, organizing cross border learning.

Transboundary steering committee meeting

The transboundary steering committee is a fifteen member team whose role is to advise on the performance of project management so as to realize the envisaged objectives and goals of BMP. They monitor progress and advice on cross cutting issues related to activity implementation.

THIRD CROSS BORDER STAKEHOLDER DIALOGUE PLATFORM

Under the Auspices of the IGAD BMP project, ICRAF holds annual cross border meeting to foster cross border collaboration on biodiversity conservation.

Rainwater harvesting and water catchment improvement interventions in Laga Badana Bush Bushel Intervention sites Ras Kamboni- Jubbaland, Somaliland

Somalia is located in an extreme water scarce area, where most of the available water resources exist in rivers shared with neighboring countries and demand for water is increasing due to the population and urban growth.

Honey Value Chain Development in Laga Badana Bush Bushel Intervention sites, Ras Kamboni- Jubbaland, Somalia

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) reports that the annual production of honey and its product although increasing, the demand of the same is in excess of the surplus.

Implementation of three activities in Somalia

The IGAD BMP implemented by ICRAF has successfully supported three project activities in Ras Kamboni, Somalia. The three activities are honey value chain development, rainwater harvesting and training and capacity building on natural resource management.

Assessment of Honey value chain development, Rain water harvesting and communities awareness on natural resource management in Laga Badana Bush Bushel Intervention sites in Bur Gabo Somalia

This baseline assessment study was funded by European Union through IGAD BMP implemented by World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) in the Tana-Kipini-Laga Badana Bush Bushle Land and Seascape (North East Kenya and South East Somalia).

RAINWATER HARVESTING FOR ENHANCED BIODIVERSITY MANAGEMENT

The biodiversity of the original coastal forest belt is preserved in a number of protected areas.

A Case Study on Interventions to enhance biodiversity conservation

In its third year of implementation, the IGAD BMP project implemented by ICRAF in Kenya- Somalia cross border area has recorded significant progress towards promoting alternative livelihoods for biodiversity conservation.

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