Reach is one of the reserach projects on water undertaken at the Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation with great impact to the society. Through its activities, the Institute has been able to reach the marginal part of the country including Turkana and Other ASALs part of the County. The beficiaries have been regions which faces significant water stress which according to literature covers a large part of the Kenya.

 



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Participants pose for a group photo during the writer's forum workshop

The institute for climate change and Adaptation hosted a one day capacity building workshop on Saturday, 26 th November, 2016. Among the participants were youth scientists with passion on environmental sustainability matters.



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The Green Growth Knowledge Platform (GGKP) and its Steering Committee members, the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and the World Bank, has accepted the Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation as a GGKP Knowledge Partner

The GGKP is a global partnership of leading international organisations, research institutes and think tanks focused on:



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The Organization

REACH is a seven-year global research programme (2015-2022) led by Oxford University with University of Nairobi as one of its international consortium of partners and funded with UK aid from the UK Government to improve water security for the poor by delivering world-class science that transforms policy and practice.



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Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation
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Message from Ag. Director

Prof Shem O. Wandiga
Professor of Chemistry &
Ag. Director ICCA

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