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10.ANNEX I: Additional Information

PART I: Other agreements

The Letters of Co-financing are attached as separate files.

PART II: Terms of References for key project staff and main sub-contracts

The ToRs for key project staff and consultants are presented in Annex C and onwards of the CEO Endorsement Document

PART III: Management Effectiveness Tracking Tools

These are presented in Annex I of the CEO Endorsement Document

11.ANNEX 2: Stakeholder Analysis

  1. Stakeholders include, but are not limited to key government agencies such as the MENR, KWS, NEMA, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Water and Natural Resources, Ministry of Lands, Ministry of Planning National Development and Vision 2030, Ministry of Water and Irrigation, Kenya Forest Service, National Museums of Kenya, the Office of the President NGOs and Private Sector.

  2. A wide range of stakeholders are benefiting from Montane Forests with or without land ownership. Experience shows that the majority of stakeholders are those without forest land ownership. Based on field studies, the stakeholders can be divided into seven broad groups.

11.1Local communities

  1. Local communities that collect forest products and get services from surrounding Montane Forests include:

  • Tour guiding Groups Kakamega

  • Bamboo and furniture making groups, Kakamega

  • Tree nursery groups, Kakamega, Cherangani, Nandi Hills

  • Beekeeping groups, Kakamega, Cherangani Nandi Hills

  • Silkworm rearing and processing group Kakamega


11.2.1Local Government

  1. The main stakeholders involved in forest conservation activities at the local level include: Nandi County Council; Kakamega County Council; West Pokot Community Council; Trans Nzoia County Council; Keiyo County Council; County Council Marakwet; Water and Sewerage Companies in Kakamega, Eldoret, Kitale, Kisumu, Nandi Hills; Water Resources Management Authority; District Environmental Committees in Kakamega, Nandi, Keiyo, Trans Nzoia, Marakwet, West Pokot, Nakuru, Narok, Kericho, Bomet , Trans Mara and Nyando Districts and District Development Committees/District Steering Groups.

11.2.2Provincial Government

  1. The main government stakeholders involved in forest conservation activities at the provincial level include: the Lake Basin Development Authority; Kerio Valley Development Authority; Ewaso Nyiro South Development Authority; Provincial Environment Committees of Rift Valley, Western and Nyanza Provinces; and Provincial Agricultural Boards of Rift Valley, Western and Nyanza Provinces.

11.2.3Government Sector Ministries

  1. As outlined earlier above, various sector ministries are involved directly or indirectly in conservation and management of forests covering: policy formulation, sector planning and budgeting, law enforcement, revenue collection, information systems, extension, research, training, monitoring and evaluation and coordination of other stakeholders. Experience has shown a growing number of stakeholders have realized that the achievement of their sector policy objectives are influenced by sustainable conservation of the Montane Forests hence the need for multi-sectoral coordination. These include the Ministries of Forestry and Wildlife; Kenya Forest Service; Kenya Wildlife Service; Kenya Forestry Research Institute; Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources; National Environment Management Authority; Department of Resource Survey and Remote Sensing; Ministry of Water and Irrigation; Water Resources Management Authority; Ministry of Energy; Office of the Vice President and Ministry of Home Affairs and National Heritage; National Museums of Kenya; Ministry of Lands; Office of the Prime Minister; Ministry for Development of Northern Kenya and other Arid Lands; Ministry of Planning, National Development and Vision 2030; Ministry of Regional Development Authorities; Ministry of Cooperative Development and Marketing; Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Development; and Ministry of Fisheries Development.

  2. Table 10 summarizes the Sector Ministries with their corresponding policies and legal acts relevant to supporting forests.

  1. Summary of Sector Ministries with policies and acts supporting forests.

Ministry department


Legal Acts

Kenya Forest Service

(i)Old Forest policy

(ii)Draft Forest Policy 2007

(i)Forest Act 2005

Kenya Wildlife Service

(i)Wildlife Policy 1975

(ii)Draft Wildlife Policy 1997

(i)Wildlife Act 1989

(ii)Draft Wildlife Bill 2007

(iii)Timber Act

National Environment Management Authority

(i)Draft Environment Policy 2008

(ii)Wetlands Policy 2008

(i)Environment Management and Coordination Act 1999

Ministry of Water and Irrigation

(i)Water Policy 1999

(i) Water Act 2002

Ministry of Agriculture

(i)Agriculture Act (CAP 318)

Ministry of Lands

(i)Draft Land Policy

(i)Land Act

(ii)Government Land Act

(iii)Trust Land Act

(iv)Registered Land Act

(v)Land Adjudication Act

National Museums of Kenya

(i)Draft Museum Bill

(i)Antiquities and Monuments Act (CAP 215)

Office of the President

(i)Chiefs Authority Act (CAP 128)
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