The effectiveness of multi-stakeholder initiatives in the oil and gas sector: summary report
In the research program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) is working to enhance local institutional capacity for supporting climate change adaptation. One way in which it is doing this is by working with local communities and other partners and stakeholders to assess those aspects of their institutional environment most relevant to the change and adaptation issues that they are facing.
The ILRI institutional assessment work has focused on institutional and governance issues affecting the adaptation of farmers and pastoralists to climate change, with a particular emphasis on governance at the landscape level. One of the sites where the methodological framework for institutional assessments has been applied was in the vicinity of Iuani in Makueni county, Kenya. This report presents the findings at that assessment.