FAQs 2018-03-31T12:12:54+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions

The Arid and Semi Arid Lands (ASALs) occupy approximately 89% of the countrys landmass. It is home to about 36% of the population, 70% of the national livestock herd and 90% of wildlife. The defining feature of the ASALs is their aridity levels.

The annual rainfall in arid areas ranges between 150 mm and 550 mm and semi-arid areas between 550 mm and 850 mm per year. Temperatures in arid areas are high throughout the year, with high rates of evapo-transpiration.

In Kenya, 29 counties are classified as Arid and Semi-Arid areas.

SFRTF was established on 11th March, 2003 by the then Ministry of Local Government through a Gazettee Notice No. 1558, to address the concerns of all homeless, destitute and vulnerable persons in all urban areas . It was registered as a body Corporate in August, 2010 under the Trustees (perpetual succession) CAP 164 Laws of Kenya

This is a committee with the mandate of day to day administration of the Summit and Council of Governors.

The council of Governors is a forum bringing together all the forty seven (47) Governors to provide a forum of consultation and sharing of information among county government

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