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Public Policy for Integrated
Landscape Management in Kenya
Introduction to National Dialogue
Seth Shames, EcoAgriculture P...
Landscapes for Food, Fiber, Water, Energy, Health,
Livelihoods, Biodiversity, Ecosystem, Climate
Move from here…
…to here
Collaborative, integrated, landscape-scale
approach
How do we accomplish all of these objectives?
Single issue
Single acto...
The 3-legged stool
Integrated Landscapes: Key Features
1. Agreed management objectives encompass multiple landscape benefits
2. Collaborative...
Many approaches for ILM currently used!
How can we scale up and coordinate?
www.landscapes.ecoagriculture.org
Co-Organizers
Some LPFN strategic partners
The Landscapes for People Food and Nature (LPFN) Approach
To promote & scale-up solutions for agricultural landscapes !
Di...
Kenya policy dialogue process objectives
Overall: Improve the policy and institutional framework for ILM in
Kenya based on...
Review of Policy Dialogue process to date
● 5 target sites: Embu, Bungoma, Lari, Laikipia, Naivasha
● 3-day field consulta...
Objectives of the next two days
● To communicate the concepts and benefits of ILM to key
policymakers at national and coun...
Thank you!
www.landscapes.ecoagriculture.org
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Public Policy for Integrated Landscape Management in Kenya: Introduction to National Dialogue

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This presentation by EcoAgriculture Partners' Seth Shames explores a policy approach to building collaborative landscape management systems in Kenya at the Landscapes For People, Food, and Nature in Africa conference in Nairobi (#LPFNinAfrica).

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Public Policy for Integrated Landscape Management in Kenya: Introduction to National Dialogue

  1. 1. Public Policy for Integrated Landscape Management in Kenya Introduction to National Dialogue Seth Shames, EcoAgriculture Partners Wednesday, June 25th, 2014 World Agroforestry Centre, Nairobi
  2. 2. Landscapes for Food, Fiber, Water, Energy, Health, Livelihoods, Biodiversity, Ecosystem, Climate
  3. 3. Move from here…
  4. 4. …to here
  5. 5. Collaborative, integrated, landscape-scale approach How do we accomplish all of these objectives? Single issue Single actor Small scale Single action Multiple issues Multiple actors Multiple scales Uncoordinated action Collaborative, integrated approach and action at landscape scale
  6. 6. The 3-legged stool
  7. 7. Integrated Landscapes: Key Features 1. Agreed management objectives encompass multiple landscape benefits 2. Collaborative, community-engaged processes for dialogue, planning, negotiating and monitoring decisions 3. Production practices contribute to multiple objectives 4. Interactions among different parts of the landscape realize positive socio- ecological synergies or mitigate negative trade-offs 5. Market, tenure and policy frameworks are shaped to achieve the diverse set of objectives
  8. 8. Many approaches for ILM currently used! How can we scale up and coordinate?
  9. 9. www.landscapes.ecoagriculture.org Co-Organizers
  10. 10. Some LPFN strategic partners
  11. 11. The Landscapes for People Food and Nature (LPFN) Approach To promote & scale-up solutions for agricultural landscapes ! Dialogue Learning Action
  12. 12. Kenya policy dialogue process objectives Overall: Improve the policy and institutional framework for ILM in Kenya based on landscape leader engagement and policymaker engagement. ● To assess the elements of Kenya’s current policy and institutional frameworks ● To identify the policy needs and recommendations from Kenyan Integrated Landscape Initiatives ● To identify ILM policy perspectives of key policymakers ● To facilitate an exchange of ideas among landscape leaders and policymakers ● To develop an action plan for landscape leaders and policymakers to work together to improve the policy environment for ILM.
  13. 13. Review of Policy Dialogue process to date ● 5 target sites: Embu, Bungoma, Lari, Laikipia, Naivasha ● 3-day field consultations with key stakeholders ● Results synthesized into individual site reports and one synthesis report (which are available for your viewing) ● These results will be presented later in the day
  14. 14. Objectives of the next two days ● To communicate the concepts and benefits of ILM to key policymakers at national and county level ● To share experiences from the five landscapes with other landscapes actors and policymakers ● To highlight, validate and prioritize the recommendations from the five landscapes and policymakers for government action in support of ILM while identifying appropriate roles for civil society ● To identify action steps in support ILM at the landscape, county and national levels in Kenya
  15. 15. Thank you! www.landscapes.ecoagriculture.org

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