Caroline Wambui Gichobi


Saturday 30th April 2016, the government of Kenya took a historic stand against ivory trade. 105 tons of ivory arranged in eleven pyres and one pyre of rhino horns were set ablaze in the Worth More Alive campaign. The tusks… Continue Reading →

Matunda Miti: A solution to Climate Change

Matunda ya miti is what fruit trees are popularly referred to in Kenya. Only 20% of all the land in Kenya is arable. Even so, a third of the population directly depends on rain-fed agriculture with the bulk of them… Continue Reading →

Powering Indigenous Villages in Kenya

Powering Indigenous Villages in Kenya In the southwest of Kenya, the Oloitokitok district lies on the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro. In a tiny village that borders the Amboseli National Park, where the Maasai’s roam with their livestock, Iltilal’s villagers have… Continue Reading →

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