Develop a 1,250-1,500 written project that includes the following information as it applies to the problem, issue, suggestion, initiative, or educational need profiled in the capstone change proposal:
- Clinical problem statement.
- Purpose of the change proposal in relation to providing patient care in the changing health care system.
- PICOT question.
- Literature search strategy employed.
- Evaluation of the literature.
- Applicable change or nursing theory utilized.
- Proposed implementation plan with outcome measures.
- Discussion of how evidence-based practice was used in creating the intervention plan.
- Plan for evaluating the proposed nursing intervention.
- Identification of potential barriers to plan implementation, and a discussion of how these could be overcome.
The primary change in land use and land cover was the expansion of irrigated and rain fed agriculture into rangelands comprised of Acacia woodland near the mountain and grassland savanna at lower elevations. Land adjacent to permanent water sources, e.g., along rivers at Kimana and Rombo, and around the swamps at Namalok and Isinet, had been cleared for cultivation. This expansion of agriculture was supported in government plans, and as opportunities expanded for grain production on the mountain slopes and vegetable production for export around swamps, agriculture attracted the attention of land speculators and business people (Campbell, 2005). Political alliances have emerged among land speculators to gain or maintain control of critical land and water resources, and to influence policy on agriculture, wildlife and tourism, and land tenure. Such exercise of power is a critical issue and demands attention by those who devise policy and legal instruments that affect resource management and influence conflict over resources (Juma and Ojwang, 1996). Finally, enterprises in Loitokitok area of Kenya are mostly divided into two large groups: agriculture and wildlife-based tourism. First group consist of livestock related enterprises (e.g., eggs and chickens), tree related enterprises (e.g., fruits and poles) and horticultural enterprises (vegetables) (Frank Place et al., 2008). As for the aims of the agriculture enterprises, it is important to mention, that opportunities for commercial horticulture according to Campbell (2005) arise from market liberalization, abandonment of controls on currency exchange, and improved transportation linkages, including those to European markets using commercial aircraft, therefore these enterprises seek for continuation and strengthening of these policies. Among the main problems of enterprises we can mention access to land and water resources (conflicts with herders and farmers), which is connected with political regulations on the land division (Campbell, 2005). II. Sustainability of the actions and influences cased by activities Land use patterns interconnected with social processes and the natural resources of the area and highly influenced by a number of initiatives, such as international initiatives (for example, biodiversity conservation and structural adjustment programmes (SAPs)); national policy (the ASAL development programme (Kenya, 1979; Campbell and Migot-Adholla, 1981; Bernard, 1985)) and wildlife management (Western, 1982, 1989, 1994); also there are local processes, such as immigration of farmers, institutional and economic change among herders, economic opportunities in horticulture and tourism, population growth and revision of land tenure rules. These interact in complex ways with each other and with the resources of the region. As the main implemented activity in the herding sector one can consider the reform of division of land to individual and group ranches in the beginning of 1950s (Campbell, 1999). The general idea of this policy was to distribute lands with rights and responsibilities attached to them between group ranch members and individual farmers. From the Independence (1963), government approached the diversification of Kajiado District’s economy to involve to it farming alongside herding and wildlife-based tourism (Campbell, 2005). Another important aspect of land adjudication was reduction of land degradation, therefore there was implementation of ranchos, which started in 1968 as the part of Kenya Livestock Development Program high potential ranches were given to affluent individuals as Individual Ranches and later were sold to immigrants after its subdivision. For others, which was the majority of Maasai, Group Ranches in savanna lowlands were created (Campbell, 2005). According to Kamau Kimani and John Pickari (1998, p. 204) this p>GET ANSWER