• Published 2014

Knowledge System of Land Use Potential ( KSLUP ) for Food Security among Pastoralists : A Case Study for Wajir County

@inproceedings{Lwevo2014KnowledgeSO,
  title={Knowledge System of Land Use Potential ( KSLUP ) for Food Security among Pastoralists : A Case Study for Wajir County},
  author={Lwevo and E. and Onyango and C. A.B. and Nyando},
  year={2014}
}
  • Lwevo, E., +2 authors Nyando
Wajir County is classified as rangeland with regard to its land use. Despite the fact that the County has a large land mass cover of 56,685.8 sq Km; little research has been done to determine its land use potential. The study focused on knowledge system of land use potential (KSLUP) in Wajir County. It employed cross-sectional survey design. The target population was 661,941persons belonging to 90,108 households out of which a sample 222 households was drawn. A questionnaire was used to collect… CONTINUE READING

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