The project assessed the livelihoods situation in selected communities in the first year. Based upon the findings of the household, socioeconomic, logistical, environmental, technological and industrial surveys, community and institutional linkages were established with stakeholders with a problem solving strategic approach. The second year saw the formation of partnerships under the semi-naturally emerging, community parliamentary partnership model. In this, coalition partners, from across the range of stakeholders came together in an arrangement led by the expressed development needs and problem solving arrangements of end-user and beneficiary groups.
Chweya, G.; Murithi, E. Improved agricultural rural transport for Kenya. Project Final Report. (2004) 56 pp.