Scaling Up Mangrove Conservation through Restoration of Degraded Areas
Kenya, Marereni - in Kilifi County started 2009 Active Conservation, Education, Restoration
Mangrove forests in Kenya cover about 61,271 ha, representing approximately 3.0% of the natural forest cover. Mangrove ecosystems offer a range of benefits and opportunities for local and national economic development. This ecosystem faces serious threats associated with their deforestation and degradation. The Project aims at working with local communities and stakeholders to enhance the productivity, stability as well as the functional integrity of mangrove ecosystems
Edward Mwamuye 254 770147330