This document sets out a 5-year land use plan for the Lake Bogoria Conservancies Land scape (LBCL) and business plans for Irong , Kiborgoch and Chuine Wildlife Conservancies. The Land Use and business Plans were prepared by the Lake Bogoria Conservancies Landscape (LBCL) community through a
participatory planning process involving the conservancies’ officials, County Government officials, other Lake Bogoria landscape stakeholders and technical specialists. The planning process involved two key activities: Stakeholder Planning Workshop and Stake holder Plan Validation Workshop.
This document gives status review, opportunities and management status of various conservations in Baringo County. Data collection and analysis included a multidisciplinary approach from the stakeholder engagement, who provided unique information from their various conservancies. The
existing conservations are namely: Kiborit, Irong, Chuine, Kiborgoch, Sinibo, Ngenyin, Kabarion, Morop Tarambas, Kamgoin, Kimg’ochoch, Kiplombe, Ruko and Kaptuya. It also outlines potential conservancies, some geared towards peacekeeping and improvement of livelihood for the communities
One main key aspect of the assessment was to understand the land tenure for each conservancy in Baringo County. Most of the conservancies are still under communal land ownership. Assessment existing and potential livelihoods of communities was undertaken. Numerous opportunities and enterprises were assessed and analyzed. Implementation strategy and matrix for each conservancy is presented in this document. It concludes by providing measures and recommendations based on the gaps and needs that require concerted efforts.
This is a memorandum of understanding between The County Government of Baringo and Baringo County Conservancies Association concerning collaboration in growing capacity of Baringo Communities to engage in conservation of environment and sustainable development.
Established in 2017, under the Societies Act, the Baringo County Community Conservancies Association (BCCA), is a landscape level membership organization for community conservancies in the County. Our primary purpose on establishment was to be a collective voice for conservancies in Baringo
County working to advocate for favourable policies, build local capacity and providing a platform for
collaboration. Since its 2017, we have consistently worked towards establishing the organization as a fully functional entity with significant efforts towards developing our governance structures and securing financing for programs and core costs. This Strategic Plan charts the next phase in BCCA’s development as an organization, including its vision, mission, goals and management objectives.