The Mothers of the Forest: the results are in

If you pause a moment to reflect on the smiles of Eva (right) our Mothers of the Forest facilitator and Esther, one of the Mothers, you’ll see our women’s empowerment group has gone from strength to strength. Since February this year, they’ve been arriving at their twice monthly meetings 2 hours early for lessons. They undertake an hour of Kiswahili and English, and an hour of maths, both provided by local educator, Michael Jefwa.

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Permaculture Knowledge Comes to Boré

We’re delighted to share news that Eva Jefa (our women’s empowerment group facilitator) and Esther Kombe (Chair of the Boré…

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Mothers of the Forest Take Their First Exams

Recently, we brought you up to speed with our ongoing education programme for our women’s empowerment group, the Mothers of…

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Part 2: Mothers of the Forest Academy, Boré

We are delighted to bring you Part 2 of our special report – click here for Part 1 – written…

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Life from Life: planting a legacy memorial forest

For environmentalists the world over, the goal of leaving a light green footprint on the planet, can inspire people throughout…

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

Stitching good ethics and sustainability into your business, is no bad thing these days. It can benefit your business, the…

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How Our Trees Are Combating Child Prostitution

WARNING: DISCUSSES CHILD PROSTITUTION: READ ON WITH CAUTION Seven years ago, the founders of our charity learned that during times…

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Our Visit to Kenya 2019: a brief outline

The dust is just beginning to settle on our teams’s annual monitoring and evaluation visit to Kenya, for 2019. Tracey…

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

When the bell tolls at midnight on Monday 31st December 2018, it will mark the end of the 5th Magic…

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