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World Vision and KOICA partner to tackle climate change induced droughts in Narok County with KSh 177 million investment

Families and communities in Narok County are set to benefit from transformative climate change adaptation and mitigation initiatives, aimed at building their reliance to the adverse effects of global warming, including drought. This follows the launch of a KSh.177 million project that will be implemented by World Vision in partnership with the Narok County Government, through funds from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA). The project, known as Sustainable Environment and Economy against Drought and Degradation in the Tsavo Ecosystem and Dispersal Area (K-SEED), seeks to enhance the resilience of communities to the adverse effects of climate change, mainly prolonged droughts that have perennially affected families in Narok County. This will be done through afforestation and reforestation initiatives aimed at increasing tree cover in the area so as to restore degraded land and safeguard water catchment areas. These activities will lead to improved soil fertility, as well as increased pasture and grazing landdew.https://reliefweb.int/report/kenya/world-vision-and-koica-partner-tackle-climate-change-induced-droughts-narok-county-ksh-177-million-investment

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  • George Kariuki

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    I commend World Vision, KOICA, and the Narok County Government for this important partnership. I wish them all the best in implementing the K-SEED project and achieving their desired outcomes. This is the future.

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    • Grace Njeri

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      Green investments does wonders to our planet.

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      • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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        World Vision and the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) are joining forces with the Narok County Government to address climate change-induced droughts through a transformative KSh 177 million project. Named Sustainable Environment and Economy against Drought and Degradation in the Tsavo Ecosystem and Dispersal Area (K-SEED), the initiative aims to enhance community resilience to climate change, particularly prolonged droughts affecting Narok County. The project involves afforestation and reforestation efforts to increase tree cover, restore degraded land, and safeguard water catchment areas. By improving soil fertility and expanding pasture and grazing land, K-SEED seeks to create lasting positive impacts on the environment and the communities in Narok County.

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        • Gorffly mokua

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          They should also not forget to make a follow up on accountability!!

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          • Princess

            31 w

            Wow! Such a great partnership 👏

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            • Abraham Jok Atem

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              This is a fruitful partnership

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              • rosebellendiritu

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                May this collaboration be of great help

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                • johnte ndeto

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                  This is a worthwhile investment

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                  • Kevin

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                    This is an amazing partnership

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