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1 Lamu map and guideHollywood ending for L
Lamu map and guideHollywood ending for Lamu’s Boni-Lungi forest?Lamu Port: regional integration or cultural extinction?Watamu dolphin project 2011 – Issue Eleven The proposed port in Lamu District is also a poand livelihood of the Boni people, but details of its construction (and the associated developments) have yet to be made public. The rights of the Boni (as well as the other local groups, including the Swahili, the Sanye and the Bajuni) need to be addressed, as well as the environmental concerns that accompany such a huge development, particularly in an area that is so culturally and biologically rich. Hopefully there will avoid, minimize or offset any negative impact.the most immediate threat is the planned upgrad

2 ing of the road that transects the fores
ing of the road that transects the forest between Hindi and Kiunga. Granted, improving the often impassable road is not a bad idea. It will encourage much-needed economic activity and make it easier to provide social services in an area that is often inaccessible when it rains. A tarmac road could also play a signi�cant role in improving the security of the region, which has been ravaged �rst by shiftathen poachers and now Al Shaabab from bordering Somalia. However, without planning, the road may facilitate a exponential rate—thus spelling doom for the forest But it doesn’t have to be this way.The new Constitution and the National Land Policy provide a legal framework for dealing with these acute land issue

3 s. The Bill of Rights in the Constitutio
s. The Bill of Rights in the Constitution states that the government shall put in place af�rmative action programs for minorities and marginalized groups. Certainly, the Boni fall within this category. And, the National Land Policy calls for expropriation of both vulnerable and minority communities. Again, the rights of the Boni are established However, full implementation of the Constitution and the National Land Policy could be years away—years that the Boni and the Boni-Lungi forest cannot Presently, the Ministry of Lands is working on a new model of land ownership that recognizes, for the �rst time in Kenya, community customary rights to land. The Community Customary Land Rights Recognition model, develop

4 ed by the ministry in conjunction with t
ed by the ministry in conjunction with the Kenya SECURE Project, intends to identify, demarcate and recognize—through title—community lands. The model will be piloted this year in the Boni area and other select coastal villages In conjunction with these measures, the Kenya Forest Service has also expressed interest in protecting a large tract of the Boni-Lungi forest outside of what will be designated as Boni community lands. Hopefully, the government will grant the Boni specifto help sustain their way of life. In this scenario, the Boni would become owners of the land they have lived on for eons, and would have a say and a responsibility in how the larger forest is managed, as from the use of land-based natural resources.Avatar

5 , a bloody battle for land and resources
, a bloody battle for land and resources ensues between the greedy corporation and the indigenous forest dwellers. The Na’vi beat back their invaders with tactical ingenuity and their bows and arrows. Here on earth, in Lamu county, the Boni must rely on the govand the National Land Policy to save the forest, the land, their way of life, and their community. Kevin DoyleProject based in Lamu District. The project is implemented by the Ministry of Lands, facilitated by Tetra Tech ARD, and works in collaboration with Kenya Wildlife Services, as well as a number of civil society and community-based organi Left: Forest devastation caused by slash-and-burn cultivating methods in Right: Coastal topi enjoy open glen in FEATURE Kevin Doyle