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Nationally determined contributions
Nationally determined contributions

Nationally determined contributions-enhanced climate mitigation actions and safeguards (ECMAS) indicator framework for helping countries design sustainable and inclusive net-zero emissions reduction outcomes

This case study was prepared by Julius Muchemi (ERMIS Africa), Nigel Crawhall (IPACC),. Giulia Pedone (CTA), Jeniffer Koinante (YPA), Yator Kiptum (SIDP) and …

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Kenya case study : Participatory 3-Dimensional Modelling
Kenya case study : Participatory 3-Dimensional Modelling

This case study was prepared by Julius Muchemi (ERMIS Africa), Nigel Crawhall (IPACC),. Giulia Pedone (CTA), Jeniffer Koinante (YPA), Yator Kiptum (SIDP) and …

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PLA 54: Mapping for change: practice, technologies and communication
PLA 54: Mapping for change: practice, technologies and communication

This case study was prepared by Julius Muchemi (ERMIS Africa), Nigel Crawhall (IPACC),. Giulia Pedone (CTA), Jeniffer Koinante (YPA), Yator Kiptum (SIDP) and …

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Overview: Mapping for Change – the emergence of a new practice (PLA 54)
Overview: Mapping for Change – the emergence of a new practice (PLA 54)

This case study was prepared by Julius Muchemi (ERMIS Africa), Nigel Crawhall (IPACC),. Giulia Pedone (CTA), Jeniffer Koinante (YPA), Yator Kiptum (SIDP) and

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Through the Eyes of Hunter-Gatherers
Through the Eyes of Hunter-Gatherers

Through the Eyes of Hunter-Gatherers: participatory 3D modelling among Ogiek indigenous peoples in Kenya

Describes a participatory process by which Ogiek indigenous people in the Mau Forest Complex in Kenya rendered their spatial memories through the making of a georeferenced three dimensional model covering part of their ancestral territory.

The paper focuses on the course of action and related human dynamics which led to the production of the map legend via deep reflections and intense negotiations among elders of different clans.

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Session IV Applying Safeguards Proforest
Session IV Applying Safeguards Proforest

This case study was prepared by Julius Muchemi (ERMIS Africa), Nigel Crawhall (IPACC),. Giulia Pedone (CTA), Jeniffer Koinante (YPA), Yator Kiptum (SIDP) and

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Community Monitoring of Forest Carbon Stocks and Safeguards Tracking in Kenya
Community Monitoring of Forest Carbon Stocks and Safeguards Tracking in Kenya

Community Monitoring of Forest Carbon Stocks and Safeguards Tracking in Kenya: Design and Implementation Considerations 

This paper investigates modalities required to design and implement community monitoring of forest carbon stock changes and safeguards implementation in Kenya. General principles and elements were drawn from the UNFCCC REDD+ policy frameworks for developing modalities and procedures for designing community forest monitoring system.

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Rural Women Access to Nutritional Services
Rural Women Access to Nutritional Services

Rural Women Access to Nutritional Services: A Case Study Concerning Rural Women in Bangladesh

Equity of access to primary health services is critical for the most vulnerable and marginalised people in our societies. Despite global efforts to establish universal health care systems, women continue to be among society’s most underserved citizens in both poor urban and rural settings. The main barriers may include economic, geographic, cultural, or institutional factors.

Monitoring access inequalities to primary health care services is critical in providing policymakers with an evidence-based solutions more equity-oriented policies, programmes, and practices towards improving long and healthy life for all people in the society

Blending Spatial Information Management Technologies
Blending Spatial Information Management Technologies

Blending Spatial Information Management Technologies and Participatory Approaches to Develop Land Use Plans for Community-Based Natural Resources Management: A Case of Keiyo and Marakwet Districts, Kenya

This paper describes how ‘Modern Spatial Information Technologies’ has been blended with Participatory Approaches to yield ‘Participatory-GIS as a tool, process and practice for use in facilitating the preparation of participatory land use planning at local levels in Kenya.

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