The Government of Kenya has developed action plans to guide the mainstreaming of climate change into sector functions, i.e. the NCCAP 2018-2022. There is also increasing global and regional support for climate-smart interventions.
Our Focus on Climate Change
Climate change is impacting almost all sectors of Kenya’s economy either directly or indirectly.
Effects Of Climate Change
Climate change also limits the viability of livelihood resources such as land, compromises infrastructure development, and lowers productivity, all in the face of rapid population increase.
Due To The 2017 - 2018 Droughts
KMT’s Climate Change Adaptation Strategy
Our climate change adaptation strategy revolves around the promotion and support of innovative adaptation options that address climatic risks along the livestock, agricultural inputs, and water value chains.
This contributes to sustainable market development, improved agricultural productivity and food and nutrition security in Kenya. These innovative options cut across from practical activities e.g. adoption of solar water pumping for utilities, to research for policy influence, such as providing evidence on contribution of climate change to sectors to inform county and national strategies on the same, especially activities to be prioritised for resilience creation.