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  1. Library Resource
    Maps
    January, 2018
    Kenya

    Mining Cadastre Portal 

  2. Library Resource
    Training Resources & Tools
    January, 2015
    Kenya

    In 2015, forest area for Kenya was 44,130 sq. km. Forest area of Kenya increased from 40,238 sq. km in 1996 to 44,130 sq. km in 2015 growing at an average annual rate of 0.51 %.

     

  3. Library Resource
    Training Resources & Tools
    January, 2018
    Kenya

    - Introduction

    - Country Profile

    - Historical Perspective to Planning in Kenya

    - Land Use Planning Framework in Kenya

    - Constitutional context

    - Policy and Legal Agenda

    - Oversight and monitoring function of the National Land Commission

    - Interpretation

    - Activities

    - Challenges and opportunities

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation & Policies
    July, 2003
    Kenya

    Land retains a focal point in Kenya's history. It was the basis upon which the struggle for independence was waged. It has traditionally dictated the pulse of our nationhood. It continues to command a pivotal position in the country's social, economic, political and legal relations. It is not surprising therefore that land has since the colonial times to-date, been the subject of myriad state managed policy and legal interventions. Neither is it surprising that it has been the subject of many Commissions of Inquiry.

  5. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    January, 2009
    Kenya

    In the aftermath of the post-election crisis, the issue of land has gained increased urgency. Land reforms represent a central part of Kenya’s reform agenda and indeed, the national reconciliation agenda as negotiated by President Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga under the aegis of Kofi Annan in early 2008.

  6. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    March, 2016
    Kenya

    Land has been and remains a politically sensitive and culturally complex issue for Kenya. Kenya’s history with regard to the land question is characterized by indications of a breakdown in land administration, disparities in land ownership, tenure insecurity and conflict. It was therefore against this backdrop that land reform was identified as an essential component of Kenya’s National Dialogue and Reconciliation (KNDR) process and in particular, agenda item 4 on addressing long standing issues.

  7. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    January, 2012
    Kenya

    Underpinned by the concept of entitlement as its theoretical paradigm, this study examines the genesis of public land ownership and its disposition in the post-colonial era, how this has disadvantaged some sections of society and given rise to claims of historical land injustices.

  8. Library Resource
    National Policies
    November, 2016
    Kenya

    Land is in no doubt the most important asset in the lives of Kenyans. It is a factor of production which is core to the economic activities of this country. The advent of settlers and colonialism in East Africa placed land in a high level of importance than before. It is not a unique situation for Kenya. Wars have been fought world over with ownership of land and other resources associated with it being at the center of controversy. When colonialism set in, many people were displaced from their original homes.

  9. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    January, 2006
    Kenya

    Because of changes in some underlying factors, land is increasingly becoming a source of conflicts in Africa. We estimate the determinants of land conflicts and their impacts on input application in Kenya by using a recent survey of 899 rural households. We find that widows are about 13 percent more likely to experience pending land conflicts when their parcels are registered under the names of their deceased husbands than when titles are registered under their names.

  10. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    September, 2015
    Kenya

    Until recently, the legal framework on land was marred by the existence of multiple land laws, some of which were incompatible. These laws, coupled with the rampant land injustices hampered efficacy in land ownership, management and administration of land. As a result, the Constitution of Kenya (CoK) has changed the laws on land and the dispute resolution institutions.

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