Part 2: Mothers of the Forest Academy, Boré

A special report written by Michael Jefwa, the tutor of The Word Forest Organisations’ women’s empowerment group, the Mothers of the Forest:

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Life from Life: planting a legacy memorial forest

Plant trees in our legacy memorial forests to celebrate and honour your loved ones. They will help the planet and the communities in Kenya too.

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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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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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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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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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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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