The Green Belt Movement is implementing the Community Needs assessment
The Green Belt Movement is implementing the baseline survey on hydrology and social economic status in Upper Sagana watersheds (Hombe and kiharu)
Today, The Board of the Green Belt Movement released a press statement to media houses in regards to the Karura Forest Grabbing.
GBM will plant 150 trees in St Clare Secondary in Molo and 700 peace trees in Bahati Girls Secondary in Subukia.
GBM is undertaking tree planting of 2500 trees in Kirima Primary School in Solai, Nakuru County.
Meeting with communities to review on activities around (water harvesting ,6 water Tanks will be hand over to schools in the region, officially launching the 2014 Radio Serian Broadcasts community, education and empowerment programme, clean energy and bee keeping enterprises).
April 5, 2014: The Green Belt Movement in partnership with Tree for Cities has organized a Tree Planting event at Moi Girls High School.
The Green Belt Movement and Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies are developing a “wPOWER East Africa Hub” to unlock women’s potential in natural resource management and in climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies.
Today, we honour Our Heroine, Mother, Sister, Friend, Mentor, Leader and friend of earth and most of all, for her visionary work towards creating a sustainable and peaceful world.
GBM is hosting the Nakuru Region Peace stakeholder’s workshop in partnership with Regional Peace Forum-Rift Valley to develop an alternative dispute resolution framework (ADR).