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Progetto TEP  - Trans-boundary Environmental Project - Conservazione e sviluppo sostenibile in zone pastorali transfrontaliere

Per implementare i piani regionali, combattere il degrado ambientale, preservare la bio-diversità, aumentare la sicurezza alimentare ed accrescere il benessere economico delle popolazioni pastorali residenti, l’intervento, realizzato da Terra Nuova in Kenya e Somalia, ha proposto un approccio partecipativo con l'obiettivo di garantire il mantenimento degli habitat semi-aridi alle generazioni future.

Scarica i documenti elaborati dal progetto:

Assessment of the potential of ecoturism as viable enterprises in Southern Garissa, Ijara and Lamu Districts: a community conservation and enterprise support initiative

Preservation and maintenance of biological diversity related knowledge of indigenous diversity and local communities with traditional lifestyles Bony Forest, Ijara District

Report on the Ecological and Social determinantes of livestock depredation by large carnivores in Garissa District, Kenya

Wetlands in Drylands Study Report

Birds of Ishaqbini Community Conservancy in Ijara District

Zoology Department Research Reports:

N.1: Densities, biomass and habitat preference of large mammals in Arawale, Kenya

N.2: The distribution, abundance and habitat use of large and medium sized mammals in Ishaqbini Comunity Wildlife Conservancy, Kenya

N.3: Density, distribution and habitat use by large mammals in Boni National Reserve and the neighbouring Northern Buffer Zone, NE Kenya

N.4: Densities and habitat preference of large mammals in Southern Afmadow District, Somalia

N.5: The distribution, abundance and habitat use of the Hunter's Hartebeest (Hirola); Beatragus hunteri; Sclater, 1889 in Ishaquibin Community Wildlife Conservancy and Arawale National Reserve, Kenya

N.6: Wild herbivores in Bour-Algi Giraffe Sanctuary, Kenya: Abundance, habitat use and interactions with humans

N.7: African wild dogs (Lycaon Pictus) from NE Kenya: recent records and conservation issue
(Questo articolo è stato pubblicato sulla rivista scientifica 'Canid News' )

A survey of the large and medium sized mammals of arawale national reserve, Kenya - From: Journal of East African Natural History, 2009 - (in allegato)

A survey of the large and medium sized mammals of arawale national reserve, Kenya [500.0KB]