RCMRD/SERVIR-E&SA conducted a stakeholder workshop between October 17 and 18 in Isiolo Town.
The objective of the workshop was to map stakeholders, conduct capacity assessment, identify gaps and challenges in implementation of three services for SERVIR that include; Rangeland Assessment and Monitoring; Mapping and Modeling of Invasive Plant Species and Vulnerability Assessment. A total thirteen institutions participated and provided feedback on implementation of the above services.
The institutions indicated how they are utilizing the RCMRD/SERVIR-E&SA's tools and geospatial technology by; developing wet and dry season grazing plan, establishing stock routes and water resources, mapping and estimating area with invasive species and making informed decisions on eradication of the invasive species.
The workshop was facilitated by Kenneth Kasera the User Engagement Lead and Joseph Murage the Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist with technical support by Lilian Ndung’u the Agriculture and Food Security Lead, Dennis Macharia, the Weather and Climate and Edward Ouko the Ecosystems and Landscapes.