Monthly Archives: September 2014

Capacity Building at the Grass Roots

I am not a proponent of the trickle-down theory, but I would like to coin the phrase ‘trickle-down knowledge’ because this is what I believe A Rocha Kenya is doing by empowering communities through Community Forest Associations. A Rocha Kenya is running through its Community conservation department, a project dubbed Empowering Community Participation through Community […]

Locally Managed Marine Areas.

A cocktail of human induced local and global disturbances are threatening the health of marine ecosystems altering the ecological and economic roles that these ecosystems play and weakening the livelihood of many coastal communities that depend on these resources. Various inputs by local authorities have often been employed with little success. Government agencies due to […]