Essential Elements For Mail Order Bride Advice – Insights

Some single man get disappointed because of their dating experience within their area and get to meet a different form of women but are usually not quite ready to encourage too much exotics on their lives. If you are certainly one of such gentlemen, then you certainly might consider Post-Soviet countries of East Europe as ones destination for “bride-hunting. ” For example , perhaps you may turn your face to Moldova – a small Post-Soviet republic landlocked between Romania and Ukraine. Some of those two countries happen to be both popular options for mail order… Continue reading →

Enhancing resilience building key to positive transformation of livehood in arid areas in Kenya

Enhancing resilience building key to positive transformation of livehood in arid areas in Kenya

This is the powerful message coming out of the convening of major stakeholders who implement programmes and projects on resilience livelihood in the arid zones of Kenya, combining nine counties taking place at Marigat Baringo County facilitated by staff from JKUAT. Water is at the centre of issues discussed, noting its central role in affecting both the challenges and solutions for the arid zones. The workshop started on 20th May 2019 with the aim of disseminating technical skills to participants who are key in implementing resilience programmes in the arid counties. JKUAT through its Water… Continue reading →

‘The Knowledge is with the People’: Insights from Professor Bancy Mati

‘The Knowledge is with the People’: Insights from Professor Bancy Mati

  At the heart of our work on the Nexus Approach is not just the study of how best to manage our environmental resources from the academic perspective, but also looking at how best to implement it from the practitioner’s point of view. In an exclusive interview, Prof. Bancy Mati, a champion of water resources management, shares her insights as both a full professor and registered professional engineer. She is also a member of the UNU-FLORES Advisory Committee. To read the full interview click on the link: https://flores.unu.edu/en/news/news/the-knowledge-is-with-the-people-insights-from-professor-bancy-mati.html?i=AUlvOhZY   Interview by Atiqah Fairuz Salleh, Communications and Advocacy, The United Nations University… Continue reading →

WARREC undertakes Household monitoring exercise in Kajiado County on its BabyWASH Project

Keeping track of all project-related metrics including team performance and task duration, identifying potential problems and taking corrective actions necessary to ensure that the project is within scope, on budget and meets the specified deadlines is key to the success of a project. These are the sentiments that informed the Water Research and Resource Center (WARREC) to carry out a household monitoring exercise on it BabyWASH Project one year down the line since the start of its implementation in Kajiado County. This exercise was carried out on the 23rd – 26th April 2019 in the… Continue reading →