By Kipchumba Kemei
The EU programme, Noor said, yesterday would start next week.
He also said, in Narok during the launch of Narok University College Mara- Mau Outreach and Resource Centre, that since 2008 when the Government launched the conservation of the biggest water tower in East Africa, destruction has been reduced by 80 per cent.
But he said that without the vital political support it will take long to restore the Mau ecosystem, but added that despite the hiccups they are experiencing, the committee was still focused on its mission.
The Government, he added, was spending about Sh500,000 monthly for the upkeep of security personnel mandated to keep loggers at bay.
The immediate former Rift Valley PC said through persuasion, the committee has recovered some parcels of land.