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One of the requirements to registering community land in Kenya is for communities to agree on and identify the community resources and boundaries to determine which entity deserves recognition for ownership. For this reason, there is an urgent need to build the most affordable and sustainable systems for mapping community lands.
In 2016, Spatial Collective, with support from Omidyar Network and Oxfam, provided technical assistance to Namati and their partner Kenya Land Alliance on delineating community lands in two targeted communities – Chara and Handaraku - in Tana River County. This report provides a summary of activities and lessons learned during several weeks of training and fieldwork activities conducted by Spatial Collective.