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Kenya Climate Change Adaptation Programme:
Integrated Programme to Build Resilience to Climate Change & Adaptive Capacity of Vulnerable Communities in Kenya

The overall objective of the proposed programme is to enhance resilience and adaptive capacity to climate change for selected communities in various Counties in Kenya in order to increase food security and environmental management.
Specifically, the programme will be addressing ClimateChange in the following components:

Component 1.1: Increased adoption of drought tolerant food crops and high value crops
Component 1.2: Diversified alternative livelihood sources
Component 1.3: Increased food production through appropriate and efficient irrigation methods
Component 1.4: Enhanced efficient food utilization through implementation of post harvest strategies and value chain
Component 1.5: Increased animal production through adoption of drought tolerant animal breeds, pasture conservation and
Component 1.6: Enhanced land productivity through ecological land use systems , conservation strategies and management
Component 2.1: . Established appropriate physical assets and infrastructure for water harvesting, storage and irrigation
Component 5: Knowledge Management

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