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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Help! We’re Planting Trees for the Greenest Writing Contest in the World!

Help spread the word about MOLP, the writing contest responsible for starting a reforestation charity!

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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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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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The Office is Now Closed… for a short while

The slight disruption we were expecting, has been preceded by a serious flood last evening, during Storm Bronagh. We anticipate being open for business in the first week of October.

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Water: one of the challenges for women in rural Kenya

Our CEO Tracey West, talks to the Boré Green Umbrella Co-operative’s Chairman, Theophrastus Kithunga, about some the practicalities of acquiring water when you live in the African bush.

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Join Us for our First AGM!

My Trustees and I are delighted to invite you to join us for our very first AGM, on Saturday 4th August…

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Our Ethical Clothing Featured in Images Magazine!

For The Word Forest Organisation, having the right accreditation is the most important aspect of the garments they offer. Tracey West, CEO & fundraiser at the environmental charity that plants trees & builds classrooms in impoverished communities in Kenya, explains: “Raw materials matter & so do working conditions. We sell 100% certified organic cotton items from the EarthPositive range. “

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