Lake Naivasha basin Integrated Management Plan (draft)


Google map of basin

Virtual Kenya map of basin


NGO publications

ATPSN (2006). Research Priorities for Kenya’s Cut-Flower Industry: Farmers’ Perspectives. African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPSN). Nairobi, Kenya. [full text]

AWS (2011a). AWS Kenya case study summary report: Exploring the value of water stewardship standards in Africa. Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS). [full text]

AWS (2011b). Exploring the value of Water Stewardship Standards in Africa Technical Report. Alliance for Water Stewardship. [full text]

AWS (2011c). Kenya meeting report. Alliance for Water Stewardship. [full text]

DRSRS and KFWG (2006). Changes in Forest Cover in Kenya's Five 'Water Towers' 2003-2005. Department of Resource Surveys & Remote Sensing (DRSRS), Kenya Forests Working Group (KFWG). Nairobi, Kenya.. [full text]

FWW (2008). Lake Naivasha Withering Under the Assault of International Flower Vendors. Food & Water Watch. Washington DC, USA. [full text]

Mailu, S., B. Kuloba, E. Ruto and W. Nyangena (2010). Effect of cropping policy on landowner reactions towards wildlife: a case of Naivasha area, Kenya. Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI), Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS). [full text]

Mekonnen, M. M. and A. Y. Hoekstra (2010). Mitigating the water footprint of export cut flowers from the Lake Naivasha Basin, Kenya. UNESCO-IHE. Delft, the Netherlands. [full text]

MUSYOKA, S. K. (2004). Environmental Management (Lake Naivasha Management Plan) Order, 2004. Ministry for Environment and Natural Resources. Nairobi, Kenya. [full text]

NRI (2002). Gender, Rights & Participation in the Kenya Cut Flower Industry. Natural Resources Institute (NRI). Kent, UK. [full text]

NRI (2005). Assessing the Social Impact of Codes of Practice in the Kenyan Cut Flower Industry. Kent, UK, Natural Resources Institute (NRI). [full text]

SPARVS AGENCY LTD (2008). A Final Report on Threat Reduction Assessment for the Naivasha Community Ecotourism Development Program. [full text]

WWF (2011). Shared risk and opportunity in water resources: Seeking a sustainable future for Lake Naivasha. [full text]



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