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IMPACT Trust Kenya News

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IMPACT Learning Exchange & Networking Visit To Tanzania-Arusha

It was a great 3-day learning experience for Kenyan delegates drawn from IMPACT Trust and other organizations allied to PARAN Alliance.

The main objective of the exchange visit was to experience and get to understand how Indigenous people’s organisations work and also learn how pastoralist communities cope with climate change and natural resource-based conflict with the view to initiate cross border collaboration in Northern Tanzania.

Reclaiming Conservation Workshop

The 3-day Conservation Workshop was aimed at shaping conservation narrative through; mainstreaming inclusive decision making, benefit sharing and integrity in wildlife conservation to ensure respect, recognition and protection of community land rights across Northern Kenya under the Community Land Act (2016).

Training on Business, Human Rights and Environment

The training was aimed at equiping participants with knowledge and skills on business, human rights and environment so that they can document and have evidence based cases to challenge and defend themselves and in addition the necessary tools to monitor human rights violations and mechanism for redress.

Meeting with MCA's-Our land our heritage

Members of County Assembly (MCAs) from Laikipia together with two representatives from Isiolo County Assembly participated in a two-day training from Friday 3rd of May to Saturday 4th of May. The training which also saw in attendance the Speaker of the Laikipia County Government, Hon Patrick Waigwa and two representatives from NAMATI focused on ‘Land Legislation, Community Land Act and Investment’ and was held at the Misty Mountain Lodge in Naromoru. ....

Leparua Community Celebrations

The National Land Commission(NLC),political leaders,county commissioner and county leadership visited Leparua Community in Isiolo County to listen to testimonies from communities threatened with eviction...

Laikipia Violent Evictions

The night of 28th April saw over 400 homes burnt down in Kisisiri and Pessi Marura areas leaving at least 2000 people displaced from their homes as all their property was looted and other valuables destroyed in the inferno....