11 August 2021, Nadugoru, Laikipia County, Kenya - A Kenyan pastoralist provides water for her cattle at a water point in the Mukogodo Forest. Pastoralism is still the main activity for the people from Mukogodo. Due to the transformation of land and resources as water, pastoralists nowadays coordinate the grazing patterns and areas of the forest, and during the dry season they negotiate on alternative grazing areas as well as livestock to market coordination. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations with the Government of Kenya has secured financial resources under the Global Environment Facility to implement the restoration of arid and semi-arid lands of Kenya through a bio-enterprise development project. The project being implemented in the wider Mukugodo forest landscape in Isiolo and Laikipia Counties, which have high biodiversity, wildlife and touristic interest intends to restore deforested and degraded lands through the 'Forest Landscape Restoration' approach and enhance the socioeconomic development of local communities through the development of bio-enterprises of Non-Timber Forest Products and Services.