Women Access to LandRights for Food SecurityA case of Baringo and Samburu Counties

Women, Land and Food Security

The main objective of this study was to establish how land access by women affects food security in the various livelihood zones in Samburu and Baringo counties. The study, conducted by two independent consultants, was both qualitative and quantitative in nature where views were collected from political players, no-state actors and local community members from the two counties. Findings and discussions, including analysis was done for each county. The main thematic areas done analysis were: land ownership; local politics and women access to land; livelihoods options for women; challenges for accessing land rights by women and county plans regarding land rights and access.

Dancan Odero

Dancan Odero kas

Projektkoordinator EWoH

Dancan.Odero@kas.de + 254 20 2610021/2 + 254 20 2610023