Solving conflicts over water scarcity in Kenya’s Kimana Wetlands

In East and Sub Saharan Africa, availability of water is the single most critical factor for the survival of people. Wetlands in these regions are increasingly the scene of complex conflicts about water allocation between different user groups.

Wetlands International is supporting local partner organisations in a project to address the increasing pressure on wetlands and water resources in this area.

The main objectives of this project are to develop a management system that balances the wetland and water use between different land use types, areas and groups.

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