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Kenya report on wildlife corridors and migration

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Key recommendations from the wildlife corridors and dispersal areas report, include: 

  • Develop, expand and implement the proposed Conservation Connectivity Framework 
  • Identify, prioritize, and secure wildlife dispersal areas and migratory corridors 
  • Promote integrated land-use planning and cross-sectoral implementation 
  • Review policies and legislation for a harmonized policy framework 
  • Promote community participation in biodiversity conservation 
  • Implement management of conservation connectivity 
  • Enhance knowledge through effective research and monitoring 
  • Secure resources for conservation connectivity management
  • Ensure effective monitoring and learning 

 

for more details  please  see  http://www.savetheelephants.org/about-ste/press-media/?detail=new-wildlife-migratory-corridors-report-will-help-close-gap-between-conservation-and-urban-development

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This item was given press and media on the Save  the Elephants site, but not with a  well working link to the actual report

 

for that go to the front page and see the moving headlines slide show and click on the view report area when this item comes up

 

you may well find it easier to use the links at the end of the page from the Kenya wildlife services ,please see http://www.kws.go.ke/content/launch-report-wildlife-corridors-and-dispersal-areas

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