How You Can Prevent Occurrence of Waterlogging in Agricultural Lands: Training Notes by Prof. Bancy Mati

How You Can Prevent Occurrence of Waterlogging in Agricultural Lands:  Training Notes by Prof. Bancy Mati

Last week we saw the causes of waterlogging particularly in agricultural fields, the factors associated with the phenomenon and the effects. This week we look at some simple water management interventions you can use to prevent or at least reduce the occurrence of waterlogging. Here’s how. Click here You can prevent occurrence of waterlogging in agricultural lands

What You Need to Know About Waterlogging in Agricultural Lands: Training Notes by Prof. B.M. Mati

What You Need to Know About Waterlogging in Agricultural Lands:  Training Notes by Prof. B.M. Mati

What you need to know about Waterlogging Its that time of the year again. The rains are pouring and the water seems to be going nowhere. Indeed the land is all soaked up and water is just rising up! People are forced to abandon their homes, while in the farms, crops are sinking under the water and some are dying out. Recognizing the symptoms of a problem is one thing. But understanding the problem and why it occurs is the first step towards knowing how to solve it.

CENTER’S TRAINING IN TSAVO BEARS FRUITS:FINDINGS FROM A FOLLOW-UP SURVEY

CENTER’S TRAINING IN TSAVO BEARS FRUITS:FINDINGS FROM A FOLLOW-UP SURVEY

A follow-up survey was conducted through questionnaire interviews, administered to former participants of the WRUA training on IWRM, which had been implemented by JKUAT’s WARREC in April 2014. The follow up was conducted in November 2014 in the Tsavo river catchment, with participation of WRMA, Nolturesh Lumi Sub-regional office, Loitokitok. It emerged that after the training, most WRUA leaders had implemented the knowledge of the training, and this had started to bear fruits.             Feedback Workshop for the follow-up survey           Participants at the Feedback workshop in WRMA offices,  Loitokitok During the… Continue reading →