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Despite challenges in many river

basins, overall the planet has

enough water to meet the full range

of peoples’ and ecosystems’ needs

for the foreseeable future, but

equity will only be achieved through

judicious and creative management.

Journal Articles & Books
November 2013
Kenya
Africa
Eastern Africa

This paper examines the effects of wildlife tourism-based payments for ecosystem services (PES) on poverty, wealth inequality and the livelihoods of herders in the Maasai Mara Ecosystem in south-western Kenya. It uses the case of Olare Orok Conservancy PES programme in which pastoral landowners have agreed to voluntary resettlement and exclusion of livestock grazing from their sub-divided lands. These lands are set aside for wildlife tourism, in return for direct monetary payments by a coalition of five commercial tourism operators.

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March 2014
Kenya
Africa
Eastern Africa

The IPCC has compiled the best available scientific methods into published guidelines for

estimating greenhouse gas emissions and emission removals from the land-use sector. In order

to evaluate existing GHG quantification tools to comprehensively quantify GHG emissions

and removals in smallholder conditions, farm scale quantification was tested with farm data

from Western Kenya. After conducting a cluster analysis to identify different farm typologies

GHG quantification was exercised using the VCS SALM methodology complemented with

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December 2010
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Ethiopia
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This paper applies the principles of water-use accounts, developed in the first of

the series, to the Nile River basin in Northeast Africa. The Nile and its tributaries

flow though nine countries. The White Nile flows though Uganda, Sudan, and Egypt.

The Blue Nile starts in Ethiopia. Zaire, Kenya, Tanzanian, Rwanda, and Burundi all

have tributaries, which flow into the Nile or into Lake Victoria. Unique features are

Lake Victoria and the Sudd wetland where White Nile loses about half of its flow by

Journal Articles & Books
December 2002
Kenya
Eastern Africa