Assessing climate information services in Wajir County, Kenya

  • By Mercy Corps
  • 06/06/2017

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This study - using desk reviews and field surveys of actors engaged in climate information services provision in Kenya - seeks to understand the scope of climate information research and communication with pastoralist communities

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