Recognising Sacred Natural Sites and Territories in Kenya

An Analysis of how the Kenyan Constitution, National and International Laws can Support
the Recognition of Sacred Natural Sites and their Community Governance Systems.

For millennia, indigenous and local communities around the world have upheld the responsibilities of their great-great grandparents and their ancestors as the Custodians of Sacred Natural Sites and Territories. Sacred Natural Sites are critical places within ecosystems, such as forests, mountains, rivers and sources of water, which exist as a network embedded within a territory. Read more.

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