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Rapid Environmental Impact Assessment of the Rehabilitation of theTana Delta Irrigation Project with Design of Critical Primate Habitat Improvement, Increased Indigenous Forest Connectivity and Community Woodlots
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National Museums of Kenya
HOTSPOT
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$20,584
DATES
Oct 2004
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Jul 2005
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Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$20,584
DATES
Oct 2004
-
Jul 2005

Review previous research and documentation of the Lower Tana River Forest area, update both the biological and socioeconomic baseline and use this information to design an environmental component of a planned rehabilitation with the focus of enhancing conservation management while also engaging local residents in discussion and action regarding the long-term benefits of forest connectivity.

Strategic Direction: 2 Restore and increase connectivity among fragmented forest patches in the hotspot, especially in Lower Tana River Forests; Taita Hills; East Usambaras/Tanga; and Udzungwas