The Department of Lands, Physical Planning, Urban Development and Natural Resource, has today held a successful meeting with development partners on the process of discussing partinent issues including the pulling of resources to review the Lamu County Spatial plan that will incorporate Marine spatial planning.
This is in line with the docket of Blue economy which H.E Governor Issa Timamy is the chairman.
Other issues are climate change and conservation of mangrove ecosystems.
This is to ensure Lamu county leverage on the resources available to improve livelihoods of local communities.
The development partners include: UNHabitat under the Go-Blue project, FAO under the DLGP project, WorldWide Fund, The Nature Conservancy among others.