The Effectiveness Of Kenya's Forest Policy In Rehabilitation Of Mau Forest Complex,
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The Effectiveness Of Kenya's Forest Policy In Rehabilitation Of Mau Forest Complex, Kenya
Kenyan forests have been subjected to an ever increasing human demand of fuel wood, and other household economic activities leading to forest degradation, enhanced soil erosion, shortage of building materials and low quantity and quality of water supply. In pursuit of saving the environment, the Kenya Forest Service (KFS) formulated a policy which outlines the process by which the government of Kenya will develop a strategy for increasing cover of Kenyan forests. However, there is a concern of effectiveness in the formulation of the forest policy by the stakeholders. The objective of this study was to assess the effectiveness of the Kenyan Forest policy on management of Kenyan forests on theDownloadViews: 67

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