Communities living in water catchment areas have called on donor agencies funding conservation projects, to halt the exercise, until the government suspends the ongoing eviction exercise, that has been criticised by human rights agencies for lacking a human face. Affected members of the community were part of a meeting held in Eldoret, to iron out the three-decade long feud. Gabriel Kudaka attended the meeting, that brought together officials from the European Union, the Kenya Forest Service and four governors from areas where the projects will be implemented.
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