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pasture production project
Production of pasture is our key project. This project aims at mitigating the main problem limiting livestock development in the affected areas; that is, lack of pasture for the livestock. The project objective is to contribute to food security, adaptation and mitigation of climate change from increasing biodiversity of forage resources in those areas. The main expected results relate to the conservation and use of varieties adapted to local conditions where it is expected that at least four varieties will be introduced with a concept of sustainable production, with the transfer and validation of technologies for production, conservation and use of seed corresponding to the different agro-ecosystems. We have already planted pasture in a 50 acre piece of land being part of 7500-acre parcel donated to the program by the community at Loyamaruk ward as a community group ranch. We are expecting to harvest about 600 bales of foxtail grass which will be distributed to the community free of charge. The next phase will involve fencing the 7500-acre parcel donated to the programme by the community before up scaling of pasture and other food crops.
sensitization and capacity Building
We have been given mandate by the government through the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government to supplement their efforts in eradicating cattle rustling and conflict among pastoralists in 33 counties Cattle rustling has been around in the last 400 years and it was not a crime because it was a way of restocking among the pastoralists, it only became bad when commercial raid and harming started. We strongly believes that the frequent killings, displacements, destruction of properties and stealing of livestock will be minimised if communities embrace a friendly type of land use and ownership that discourage movement of animals.
capacity-building
peace caravans
Community Infrastructure Project
  • Community Housing project- 126,000 permanent houses of 3-bedrooms in 5 counties affected by cattle rustling will be constructed.
  • Construction of Community stadiums- 17 stadiums in 5 counties affected
  • Development of modern Group Ranches in 33 counties in Kenya affected
  • Development of community disposal sites (Community Cemetries)
  • Development of Mini-cities in 15 couties affected.
peace caravans
Conflict Resolution  project
Production of pasture is our key project. This project aims at mitigating the main problem limiting livestock development in the affected areas; that is, lack of pasture for the livestock. The project objective is to contribute to food security, adaptation and mitigation of climate change from increasing biodiversity of forage resources in those areas. The main expected results relate to the conservation and use of varieties adapted to local conditions where it is expected that at least four varieties will be introduced with a concept of sustainable production, with the transfer and validation of technologies for production, conservation and use of seed corresponding to the different agro-ecosystems. We have already planted pasture in a 50 acre piece of land being part of 7500-acre parcel donated to the program by the community at Loyamaruk ward as a community group ranch. We are expecting to harvest about 600 bales of foxtail grass which will be distributed to the community free of charge. The next phase will involve fencing the 7500-acre parcel donated to the programme by the community before up scaling of pasture and other food crops.
 Peace Sports
We have been given mandate by the government through the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government to supplement their efforts in eradicating cattle rustling and conflict among pastoralists in 33 counties Cattle rustling has been around in the last 400 years and it was not a crime because it was a way of restocking among the pastoralists, it only became bad when commercial raid and harming started. We strongly believes that the frequent killings, displacements, destruction of properties and stealing of livestock will be minimised if communities embrace a friendly type of land use and ownership that discourage movement of animals.
capacity-building
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