In April SLEEK will run the first functional Measurement Reporting Verification (MRV) system in the land sector in Africa.
Kenyans awarded post graduate scholarships for Masters and PhD Programmes worth Sh 917.45 million to strengthen the System for Land-Based Emission Estimation in Kenya (SLEEK).
The SLEEK team was convened for three days in October to take part in the tenth SLEEK quarterly meeting.
Clinton Foundation has invested in a state of the art GIS lab in the institution to build the country’s capacity to map and track land cover change.
The SLEEK team was convened for the three days in January to take part in the eight SLEEK quarterly meeting.