Our outputs


VIP4FS Planned Comparisons development Workshop Report

The Value Chain Innovation Platforms (VIP4FS) project held a 2 day workshop on planned comparison, from the 21st to 22nd February 2017,that aimed at taking the team through planned comparisons guidelines and principles, sharing of DRYDEV project’s experiences and lessons learnt on planned compari

The power of television in triggering feedback through mobile phones

This study aimed at identifying innovative ways to reach farmers through testing the effectiveness of integrating TV and mobile phone technology in enhancing feedback mechanisms among smallholder farmers.

Solwezi Landcare Masterclass Report

The Solwezi, Zambia Masterclass was held from the 5th to 8th December, 2016 to introduce Landcare to the area, build local capacities and to support cross-learning.

Rainwater harvesting in Somalia

Rainwater Association of Somalia (RAAS) is one of the associated partners of the ICRAF/IGAD project funded by EU through IGAD assigned to facilitate and support the implementation of project; rainwater harvesting program for re-greening the environment.

Awareness creation among local Community Members on the Kenya Wildlife Conservation and Management ACT (WCMA 2013)

The Wildlife Conservation and Management Act, 2013 is an Act of Parliament enacted in 2014.

Training on Quantum Geographical Information System (QGIS) for the Kenya-Somalia IGAD Biodiversity Management Program (BMP)

The World Agroforestry (ICRAF), the lead organization in the BMP project organized a two-week training on Quantum Geographical Information System (QGIS) from the 24 April to 6 May 2016, with an objective to;

Farmer to Farmer tour

BMP project target to support the training of at least 500 farmers on improved integrated soil and water resource management including rain water harvesting (RWH) techniques for sustainable availability of water to livestock, humans and crop as well as drainage.


ICRAF facilitated delegation from Somalia and Kenya to visit NRT and it conservancies to enhance their capacity in collaborative biodiversity management.

Biodiversity and Invasive species assessment information dissemination workshop Report

The Biodiversity management program with financial support from European Union through Intergovernmental Authority on Development has five main thematic focuses on; cross border exchange, land Use Planning; community conservation; biodiversity value chains and agroforestry interventions.