Climate change, changes everythingh and what we can do about it - discussion meeting with Professor Peter Blaze Corcoran, at the US Embassy-Kenya.
Stock taking meeting on the implementation of the AU Assembly Decision in 2012 on the Operationalization of the Wangari Mathaai Award at the GBM office with the African Union representative, Foreign Affairs mission GBM Board Members and KWS.
GBM meeting with Coffee Management Services and Mukurweaini Development Initiative on coffee certification for Rumukia Cooperative Society.
GBM will be holding a construction planning meeting - Kamara toilet project which will be attended by 50 parents of the school, 6 committee members who were elected to be incharge of the construction and an action plan prepared.
GBM will be planting 50 indigenous trees in Kapkwen primary, 50 peace tree in Kimango primary and 100 peace trees in Mboga primary. All the three schools are in Rongai constituency which was adversely affected by Post-election violence in 2008.
GBM in partnership with Kenya High School and the Hilton Hotel will be planting 2000 trees at the school compound as we mark World Environment Day (WED) 2014 theme Raise Your Voices, Not the Sea Level, Nairobi County.
As we cerebrate Environment day today, GBM will be undertaking tree planting of 200 trees at Lamdiarc Primary School Peace Club and 380 indigenous trees were planted in Bahati Girls High School, by the wildlife club, Nakuru County.
Meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs- Ambassdor Purity Muhindi, Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources with Mr. Gedion Gathara; Conservation Secretary and Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning with Dr. Geoffrey Mwau, Economic Secretary respectively on the implementation of AU Assembly Decision in 2012 on the celebration of Wangari Mathaai Day and Operationalization of the Wangari Mathaai Award.
GBM will be undertaking tree planting of 2000 trees in Lenana School, Nairobi County.
19 May 2014 - Special Event to Commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Late Nobel Laureate Prof. Wangari Maathai.