Adaptation at Scale for Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR) Project community Feedbacks
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Fri, 2018-12-14 12:48

Adaptation at Scale for Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR) Project community Feedbacks

Dr. Oliver Wasonga and Dr. Staline Kibet has been leading the University of Nairobi Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR) research team in implementing research activities in Isiolo, Meru and Samburu Counties in Kenya. The project is a five year multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional consortium that is using insights from multi-scale and interdisciplinary work to inform and transform climate adaptation policy and practice. ASSAR works in semi-arid regions of seven countries in Africa (Kenya, Ethiopia, Ghana, Mali, Namibia, Botswana and South Africa) and India. ASSAR’s East Africa research team is led by the University of East Anglia, UK.

(October 31st, 2018) ASSAR Researchers from University of East Anglia (Dr. Mark Tebboth, extreme right back row) and Prof. Nitya Rao (Second from right front row) together with LARMAT staff (Drs. Oliver Wasonga, Staline Kibet, Oscar Koech and Mr. Henry Kahi and MSc. students after a feedback and planning sessions at the Department of LARMAT

 

(November 2nd, 2018) Dr. Oliver Wasonga and Dr. Staline Kibet participate in a roundtable discussion at International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) as part of ASSAR research findings feedback. The session combined PPT presentations and video on peer to peer learning on Camel rearing and pasture management.

 

(November 4th, 2018) Dr. Oliver Wasonga and ASSAR team setting up the tent and pop-up banners ready for ASSAR community feedback session at Kachuru in Isiolo County. The target audiences were members of Borana and Meru communities.