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Contract sugarcane farming and farmers’ incomes in the Lake Victoria basin, Kenya
(Journal of Applied Biosciences 5, 2012-04)
This paper reports on one of the findings of a study to establish the relationship between contract sugarcane farming, poverty and environmental management in the Lake Victoria basin. Methodology:A social survey design ...
Enhancing household food and income security through crop diversification in the Nzoia and Mumias sugarbelts in Kenya
(F.a.C.T Ltd, 2009)
Objective: Competition for land use among crops in the Nzoia and Mumias sugar belts has tended to favour sugarcane and maize at the expense of indigenous food crops such as onions, tomatoes, cassava and sweet potatoes. ...
Effects of Returnees Re-Integration on the Livelihoods of Host Communities in Leer County, South Sudan
Although international press has covered the conflicts in the Sudan region extensively, the effects of returnees’ reintegration on sustainable livelihoods of host communities have not received much attention. Findings ...
Factors influencing level of participation of community forest associations in management forests in Kenya
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2016)
In Kenya, a Participatory Forest Management (PFM) approach was adopted through formation of Community Forest Associations (CFA) to improve forest cover and their livelihoods as provided for in the Forest Act 2005. The ...