World Environment Day is celebrated every 5th June to raise awareness about the environment and its global effects on the daily livelihoods of the people.
600 KDF service ladies participated in the event where 4,000 indigenous tree seedlings were planted ahead of the national tree planting day slated for May 12, 2018.
#ChangeTheStory is an initiative of NIC Group, Royal Media Services, the Green Belt Movement and Junior Achievement.
The team is here to learn about our engagement with local tree nursery groups involved in the project and the many benefits of bamboo.
Green Belt Safaris (GBS) offers visitors an opportunity to experience a cultural and conservation journey to meet the Green Belt Movement (GBM) communities and learn about their lives and wealth of experience in rural Kenya.
The Green Belt Movement team in Nakuru County organized a major clean up of Baruku River in Donduri, Nakuru County.
Environment Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko gazetted the 10 member multi-sectoral taskforce, headed by the Green Belt Movement Chair Marion Wakanyi Kamau
Green Belt Movement Chair appointed to lead Ministry of Environment's forest resources management task force
CS Tobiko assured the membership of the team of the government’s commitment to providing resources needed to enable the task force deliver on its mandate.
CS Tobiko planted a symbolic tree at the GBM compound to signify new cooperation with the organization in re-energizing the environment agenda.
Our partnership with Green Cross Sweden started in 2005 with an aim of promoting sustainable peace and security in the Rift Valley.