Save Lamu


1) PROGRAM COORDINATOR Scope of work: Reporting to the Executive Committee, the Coordinator will oversee all coordination and administration of Save Lamu's targeted response to issues and needs of the indigenous community in Lamu. S/he will assume an overall supervision, coordination of Save Lamu's advocacy and outreach programs and projects in according to objectives set [...]

In response to a notice by NEMA in the Daily Nation dated 19th March, 2013 that informs the public of the opportunity to submit comments on an ESIA report of the ESIA Study Report of the Construction of the First Three Berths of the Proposed Lamu Port and Associated Infrastructure in Manda Bay, Lamu County, [...]

Heeding to the concerns of the community submitted through written and online petitions last week, The National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA), yesterday publicized the final report of the Lamu port three berths and opened the process up for public comments. A week ago, Save Lamu discovered that the EIA was shared to select few stakeholders [...]

Contrary to the Environmental Management and Coordination Act (EMCA), the National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA) has submitted the environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) final report for the Lamu port three berths for comment on February 14th, 2013 to a select few stakeholders without facilitating public consultation and review of the report. We only just [...]

Save Lamu and a consortium of community groups along the Lamu-Port, South Sudan, Transport (LAPSSET) Corridor, today facilitated a stakeholder dialogue meeting on the on-going plans and sharing of updates on the implementation of LAPSSET and related infrastructure projects. This is the first meeting held between community groups along the entire LAPSSET Corridor, government ministries, [...]