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Triple L

A research network in the East African drylands

Drylands Transform

Pathways and challenges towards a transformation of landscapes, livestock and livelihoods

Tall, green grass inside a living fence in Kenya.

Drylands Restore

Management and restoration towards healthy rangelands in East Africa

Cows grazing tall, dry grass.


Scaling rangeland restoration in drylands through synergies in the biodiversity-water-climate nexus 2023 – 2027


A comparative analysis of different tenure systems and their implications for climate change vulnerability

People in a meeting under a tree in Kenya.
Healthy cattle grazing in a dry landscape in West Pokot, Kenya.


Triple L (Land, Livestock, Livelihoods) is a multidisciplinary research initiative taking its base in the land-use and livelihood transformations that has taken place in West Pokot and surrounding dryland areas during the last three decades. Triple L is made up by it’s many different past and present projects that have taken its base in West Pokot district, Kenya.

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Published: 08 January 2024 - Page editor: ylva.nyberg@slu.se