Causes Of Human Encroachment On Aberdare Forest In Njabini Ward, Nyandarua County,
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Causes Of Human Encroachment On Aberdare Forest In Njabini Ward, Nyandarua County, Kenya
Human encroachment into forests is happening in many parts of the world, especially in the Tropics where Tropical mountain forests show the highest recession rate. In Africa where population growth is high and cultivable land is little farmers are forced to use marginal and riparian lands. This research sought to establish the causes of encroachment on Aberdare Forest, one of Kenya’s five water towers. Some limitations that were encountered during this research included inaccessibility of some areas due to poor roads, time limitation and finances. The Theory of Himalayan Environmental Degradation was used here as the theoretical framework. In this research the methodology used was both quaDownloadViews: 19

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