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The Restoration Initiative (TRI) Project
Summary: The Kenya TRI project adopts an integrated approach to address deforestation and land degradation, targeting policy and institutional capacity while supporting community-led forest and landscape restoration (FLR) and the development of alternative livelihoods. The project’s overall objective is to restore deforested and degraded lands through the FLR approach and enhance the socioeconomic development of local communities through the development of bio-enterprises of Non-Timber Forest Products and Services (NTFPS) in ASALs. Its goal is to reduce the overall proportion of degraded land by 20% in the areas covered by the project.

How to Submit Research Protocol
Summary: A video on how to submit research protocols to KEFRI Knowledge Base. This is one of the series of HowTo videos on how to contribute Knowledge.

KEFRI List of Publications
Summary: A list of all KEFRI Publications in descending order. It includes theses, journal papers, conference proceedings, Reports,Technical and policy notes,

How to Contribute Knowledge
Summary: This is a short presentation on how to contribute knowledge to KEFRI Knowledge Base.

Creating a Knowledge Sharing Culture
Summary: Ideas on Knowledge sharing culture

Capacity Development Project for Sustainable Forest Management (CADEP-SFM)
Summary: The Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MEF) through Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI) and Kenya Forest Service (KFS), and in collaboration with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), is implementing a project entitled; “Capacity Development Project for Sustainable Forest Management in Kenya (CADEP-SFM)”. The overall goal of the project is to ensure sustainable forest management is promoted in Kenya towards the national forest cover target of 10%.

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