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Tana and Athi Rivers Development Authority is a state corporation which was established in 1974 by an Act of Parliament CAP 443 of the Laws of Kenya. The functions and responsibilities of the Authority encompassed integrated planning and coordination of all development projects within the Tana River Basins and specifically to implement any projects for the purpose of utilization and protection of water and soils of the area.

As the first part of COP15 of the Convention on Biological Diversity convenes, decision makers must recognise that free-flowing rivers are essential to Indigenous understanding of reality and the preservation of biodiversity

"People of the Ocklawaha...Efforts were recently begun to restore the lakes and headwaters of the Ocklawaha by reestablishing the wetland functions of the former muck farms. The restoration of Lake Apopka, in particular, has received widespread attention and is an excellent example of a successful, large-scale ecological restoration project...."

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