Financial benefits for smallholders help realize Kenya Upper Tana landscape initiative
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Since gaining independence in 1963, Kenya has prioritized the protection of its land alongside the development of its people. Its focus on environmental conservation benefits agriculture, alleviates poverty and promotes sustainable development.
One of the country’s most ambitious endeavors is the Upper Tana Natural Resources Management Project (UTNaRMP), an eight-year effort (2012-2020) funded by the Kenya government, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), the Spanish Trust Fund and local communities.
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