Soil Survey in West Kenya University of Utrecht 1991

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1991
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Kenya Soil Survey
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The aims of this study are the further development of a methodology for the evaluation of the agricultural potential in Kenya, and the application of this methodology in South Kabras Location in West Kenya. The study forms a part of the Kakamega District Focus Project. This project started in 1987 in accordance with the development strategy of the Kenyan Government that aims to give the districts more influence on their own development activities. The parties involved in the Kakamega District Focus Project are the Lake Basin Development Authority, the Department of Urban and Regional Planning (University of Nairobi), the Kakamega District Development Committee and the Department of Geography of Developing Countries (State University of Utrecht). The project comprises the establishment of a District Information and Development Centre (D.LD.C.) and the recognition of the development needs and potentials in Kakamega District.
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