Public policy for integrated landscape management: Policy Dialogue for ILM in Kenya

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This presentation by EcoAgriculture Partners' Krista Heiner explores the roles of different actors in building public policy for integrated landscape management during the Landscape for People, Food, and Nature conference in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Public policy for integrated landscape management: Policy Dialogue for ILM in Kenya

  1. 1. Public Policy for Integrated Landscape Management Policy Dialogue for Integrated Landscape Management in Kenya Krista Heiner June 25th, 2014 World Agroforestry Centre, Nairobi
  2. 2. Enabling Conditions for ILM ●Stakeholder engagement and cooperation ●Appropriate legal and regulatory framework ●Financing and/or incentives ●Knowledge and capacity to plan and manage on a landscape scale
  3. 3. Possible roles of public sector? ● Lawmaker/regulator ● Funder/incentivizer ● Convener of stakeholders ● Knowledge and capacity builder ● Visioner ● Infrastructure developer ● Others?
  4. 4. Multiple actors in policymaking Enabling Conditions for ILM Public authorities at various levels Civic sector actors Private sector actors
  5. 5. Working with multiple partners to improve enabling conditions for ILM
  6. 6. Possible roles of public sector? ● Lawmaker/regulator ● Funder/incentivizer ● Convener of stakeholders ● Knowledge and capacity builder ● Visioner ● Infrastructure developer ● Others?
  7. 7. THANKS! Questions or comments?

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