The Participatory Climate Risk Assessment data collection exercise has received more residents joining the exercise to do resource mapping and identification of climate risks affecting the community as well as their mitigation and adaptation measures.
The Chief Officer Energy, Environment, Natural Resources and Climate Change Ms. Mary Kerich with officials from the Financing locally-Led Climate Action (FLLOCA) and World Bank joined the residents of Kimumu ward in the exercise.
Giving her statement Ms. Kerich thanked the residents of Kimumu Ward for turning up for the data collection which she said is of great importance in making the community resilient to climate change.
Treasury’s Project Implementation Unit member Mr. Julius Barno in his statement urged the people of Kimumu ward to participate actively in this program calling on the residents of other wards to turn up in large numbers.
Leading the team in Kaptagat ward, Ag Director Livestock Abraham Kiptanui accompanied by Mercy Kemboi (Environment Officer) and Boaz Korellach (Water Engineer) challenged the residents to be keen when identifying climate smart projects that will make the region more resilient to climate change.
The exercise continues tomorrow in Kapsoya, Karuna/Meibeki, Megun, Kamagut, Cheptiret/Kipchamo and Kapkures Ward.
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