PELUM- Kenya realized that for ecological land use management and practices to be mainstreamed in the agricultural programme, the draft National Environment Policy, 2012 which has not been enacted needs to be implemented. The policy recommends that natural resource management issues to be mainstreamed in all agricultural policies. The public is being consulted before it
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PELUM Kenya to spearhead implementation of the African initiative on Ecological Organic Agriculture (EOA)admin2011-10-05T12:48:58+03:00
The Ecological Organic Agriculture (EOA) is an African Initiative that was borne out of a meeting hosted by PELUM Kenya in may 2011, for key stakeholders. This was an inception workshop for working out the roadmap for developing an initiative by the development partners to apply ecological concepts and principles to promote sustainable agro-ecosystems. This
PELUM Kenya hosts meeting for OXFAM Novib and HIVOS on agricultural biodiversity, small scale farmers and resilienceadmin2011-09-14T18:15:04+03:00
Agricultural biodiversity, smallholder farmers, and adaptive capacity status of knowledge in the context of resilience and transformations From the 10th - 12th October 2011, OXFAM Novib and HIVOS (Netherlands) will hold a meeting for practictioners in agriculture and rural development in ACP Countries. The meeting will bring together partner organizations that have previously participated in
PELUM Kenya will hold the Country Working Group (CWG) meeting on the 22nd and 23rd September 2011. The CWG meeting will be hosted by the Neighbours Initiatives Alliance (NIA), a Member Organization of PELUM Kenya, working in Kajiado County of Kajiado District. Through NIA’s Motto of Promoting Dependable Neighbourliness, the service delivery NGO works addresses
Published on 04/05/2011 News that commercial farming of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) could soon be a reality in the country will likely reignite debate on the role of biotechnology in ensuring food security. The National Biosafety Authority was recently quoted as promising that regulations governing production of GMOs were ready for adoption. These will guide
PELUM Kenya will hold the Annual General Meeting (AGM) for 2011 on May 26-27, in Nakuru . On 27th May, the network members will engage in planting 2,500 trees in Molo and Elburgon in the Rift Valley Province, an event hosted by Baraka Agricultural College, SARI and NECOFA. The theme of the AGM will be
On the 23rd and 24th September 2010, PELUM Kenya will hold the 2010 Country Working Group meeting. The CWG meeting will be hosted by Manor House Agricultural Centre (MHAC) in Kitale. Manor House is an agricultural college that advances training in sustainable community development by training, research and testing. Graduates from Manor House are equipped
"On the 27th and 28th May 2010, PELUM Kenya member organizations will hold their 15th Annual General Meeting. The meeting will be held at the New Tea Tot Hotel in Machakos. The event will be hosted by INADES Formation in collaboration with Ukamba Christian Community Services (UCCS) and Benevolent Institute of Development Initiatives (BIDII). PELUM Kenya