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Kenya Climate Change Art and Essay Competition 2018: Nairobi County Edition survey questionnaire
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The Ministry of Environment and Forestry and the Ministry of Education with support from the USAID-UNDP funded Low Emission and Climate Resilient Development (LECRD) Project organized the Kenya Climate Change Art and Essay Competition 2018: Nairobi County Edition. This survey has been created to solicit feedback on the Kenya Climate Change Art and Essay Competition
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WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE NEXT SEVEN-DAY PERIOD VALID 15THTO 21ST JANUARY, 2019
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

During the period under review, Nyeri Meteorological Stationrecorded the highest seven-day total rainfall of11.2mm. Other stations that recorded rainfall include Tuthu Rainfall Station in Murang’a County (9.0mm),Makindu Meteorological Station (2.0mm), KisiiMeteorological Station (1.2mm) andEmbu Meteorological Station (1.0mm)as depicted……read more Powered by WPeMatico

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION MEMORANDUM FORM
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

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PROPOSED REFURBISHMENT OF 2ND FLOOR OFFICE AT NHIF BUILDING, NAIROBI (TENDER NO: W.P.ITEM NO.D110/NB/1702 JOB NO 10379 A)
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

The Ministry of Environment and Forestry invites sealed bids from eligible candidates for PROPOSED REFURBISHMENT OF 2ND FLOOR OFFICE AT NHIF BUILDING, NAIROBI Interested eligible candidates may obtain further information from and inspect the tender documents at Ministry of Environment and Forestry , Ragati  Road, NHIF building, 11th floor Supply Chain Department Room 1104 during
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REQUEST FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

The Ministry of Environment and Forestry is mandated to protect, conserve and manage the environment and natural resources for socio-economic development. Waste Management is a major challenge in Kenya posing danger to human health and the environment as well as littering highways and urban centers. The Constitution of Kenya 2010 clarified the roles of waste
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Waste Policy DISCUSSION DRAFT 10-2-18
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Waste is a resource that can be managed to achieve economic, social and environmental benefits. Addressing the waste management challenge effectively in Kenya is critical to delivering on Kenya’s constitutional right to a clean and healthy environment for all, advancing the circular economy to create green jobs and wealth from the waste sector, and advancing
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Citizen Focused Service Delivery Award.
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

IMTR/WMO-RTC,Nairobi was recognized for developing competency based curricula and training which has resulted in KMD issuing accurate impact-based forecasts. These forecasts have helped to provide early warning information to  the most vulnerable communities in Kenya that are affected by frequent droughts and floods which lead to loss of life and destruction of property and the
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Tobiko: Predictable and adequate funding crucial for climate change management in developing countries
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Env&Forestry CS K.Tobiko when he addressed the high level segment of the on going COP 24 at KATOWICE, Poland. The Kenya Government has cited access to predictable and adequate funding options, as a key challenge frustrating the implementation of climate change action plans in developing countries. Speaking when he addressed the ongoing 24th Conference of
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REVIEW OF THE WEATHER IN NOVEMBER AND THE OUTLOOK FOR DECEMBER 2018
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Below-average (depressed) rainfall was recorded over most parts of the country during the month of November (the rainfall peak month) 2018. Several meteorological stations in the country recorded less than 75 percent of their November Long-Term Means (LTMs). Stations like Garissa, Narok, Eldoret Airport, Msabaha, Lodwar and Malindi recorded less than 10 percent of their
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