REPORT OF THE SITUATION OF HIGHLY HAZARDOUS PESTICIDES

This report presents findings of a study conducted by Centre for Environment Justice and Development (CEJAD) between December 2018 and January 2019 with support from IPEN. The purpose of the project study was to develop a country situation report on pesticides management, and promote the phase out of Highly Hazardous Pesticides (HHPs) and the use of alternative, non-chemical approaches such as agro-ecology in agricultural practices in Kenya.

Specifically, the project study was aimed at:

  1. Assessing the use and management of pesticides, including existing policy and regulatory frameworks to phase out HHPs in Kenya

  2. Establishing the existing alternative practices to use in phasing out HHPs in Kenya, such as agro-ecology, organic farming and participatory IPM techniques

  3. Enhancing awareness on the impacts of HHPs and their alternatives through case stories, educational materials and the media.

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