Our Mothers of the Forest in Malindi Clean Up Day

On Saturday 13th April, Eva Jefa, our women’s empowerment group facilitator led a group of Mothers of the Forest through the streets of Malindi as they took part in a clean up day.

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Green Up & Adopt Us as Your Charity of the Year!

Adopt The Word Forest Organisation as your Charity of the Year. This would be a nurturing partnership where we’d be able to guide you towards a greener existence, showing you how to leave a lighter carbon footprint too. In return, you’d agree to help us with fundraising so we can get more urgently needed trees in the ground.

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We’re Seeking Two Volunteers!

Some of the project headers include: Charity of the Year, distributing & promoting our forthcoming documentary, seeking sporty fundraisers (marathons, swims etc), developing our media database, corporate partnerships & more. 

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How Our Trees Are Combating Child Prostitution

WARNING: THIS REPORT CONTAINS DISTURBING FACTS ABOUT CHILD PROSTITUTION IN KENYA: READ ON WITH CAUTION some members of the coastal communities have 2 illegal backstops they frequently turn to, in order to survive; felling trees to make a bit of charcoal and child prostitution.

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The Latest Word Forest Team Member: Evaline Jefa

We’re delighted to report that our team is expanding!Evaline Jefa has been the facilitator of our women’s empowerment group, Mothers of the Forest

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Our Visit to Kenya 2019: a brief outline

Find out what Word Forest is doing to fight climate change & help Kenya, through our 2019 monitoring & evaluation visit.

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How to Reduce Your Food Miles & Help the Planet

If you’re a tree planter, we love & applaud you for helping remove CO2 & other pollutants from the atmosphere. There are lots of other ways you can prevent putting quite so much CO2 in the atmosphere in the first place.

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A Tremendous 21 Months – Thanks To You!

Let our CEO, Tracey West, take you on a guided tour of what our reforestation charity has achieved in the past 21 months.

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Our New Office is Now Open!

The Word Forest Organisation has moved offices and whilst we’ve been up to our ears in cardboard, we’ve been incredibly busy too. Over the past several weeks, we commissioned the building of two huge stone-constructed classrooms in Kenya; one at Kadunguni Primary School, the other at Kakuhani Primary School and gave the go-ahead for 8,000 trees to be planted around the school compounds, 4,000 at each school.

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