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GLOBAL FOREST FUND PROJECT IN KENYA

ABOUT THE GLOBAL FOREST FUND The Global Forest Fund is a unique carbon compensation initiative developed by the Foundation for Environmental Education that allows businesses and individuals to reduce their carbon footprint by providing valuable…

Ecosystem Restoration

 Compiled By Danson Matekwa The environment provides us with life-sustaining resources, and it’s essential to preserve and protect them. It is a home for many living species and maintains the balance in the ecosystem. There are many threats…
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NURSERY SCHOOL BOY PLANTS HIS 300TH TREE

Emmanuel Kerr, A Makini School nursery student has planted his 300th tree and he will not stop at this including inspiring his class mate Juma who planted his first tree on the same day. Our target is to hit 1500 by the end of this year…
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MAKINI SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT CLUB

On March 2020 all the schools were ordered by the Presidents to close down due to the outbreak of Covid 19 Pandemic. Makini school started virtual learning and our club was given a lesson in each class to advance the environmental activities. Through…
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A PROJECT PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE KENYA ORGANIZATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION (KOEE) AND ROTARY CLUBS OF SWEDEN

Purpose of the project Machakos County is located in the former Eastern provinces of Kenya and has population estimate of 1, 421, 932 persons  (Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, KNBS 2019 Census). The county is classified among the arid…

Global Forest Fund Project in Kenya will plant 10,000 trees, engage 1,500 students in Environmental Education and Green Enterprise

The Foundation for Environmental Education is pleased to announce that the Global Forest Fund will finance a three-year project in Nairobi and Kiambu counties in Kenya, to be implemented by Foundation for Environmental Education member organisation…
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KOEE TRAINS SECAM LEADERS FOR NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND CLIMATE ACTION

SECAM (Symposium of Episcopal conferences of Africa and Madagascar)  having recognized the importance of climate teachings for the church in Africa and beyond, was compelled to invest in a one week online training, organized by the…
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World Youth Skills Day 2020: Skills for a Resilient Youth

Lorraine Dixon | Programme Officer Rising youth unemployment is one of the most significant problems facing economies and societies in today’s world, for developed and developing countries alike.  The World Youth Skills Day (WYSD)…
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The Role of Media in Climate Action

Journalists interviewing a farmer on the impact of solar powered irrigation farming project in Garissa. The project is meant to encourage pastoralists to take up irrigated crop farming as a response to changing climate. Photo: Alvin Sika Scientific   reports…