The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
County Spatial Plans go a long way in securing critical ecosystems. Hence, sustainable management of our resources.
WHAT IS WWF-KENYA DOING?
Spatial planning details the systematic distribution and organising of activities and people on geographically defined places and spaces, while taking into account the needs of the people and nature, for purposes of minimising negative impacts on ecologically ecologically valuable areas and promoting sustainable development. Due to the growing population and rapid rate of economic development, it is important to develope a zoning plan, to establish the availability and suitability of the land for settlement and related activities, while ensuring that protected areas and nature are safeguarded.
Supported the development of Kenya's National Spatial Plan and Land Use Policy
Developed the Lamu County Spatial Plan
Developed the Critically Ecologically Significant maps for Lamu, Kwale, Narok and Bomet counties
Are Creating awareness on the importance of County Spatial Plans amongst political leaders and policy makers
Set up and equipped geographic information system (GIS) labs in Lamu, Kwale, Bomet and Narok
Signed the Narok County Spatial planning Memorandam of Understanding (MOU)