WATER FOR WILDLIFE
Having witnessed the prolonged dry weather seasons (caused by climate change) was having on wildlife and communities in Lamu and Tsavo, we work with communities to work on lasting water solutions that benefit both wildlife and communities. Such as boreholes and commissioning water holes.
We are working on restoring mangrove habitats and beaches that have been destroyed or polluted by developments.
Mangroves form a vital part of our eco-system and absorb upto 4x more carbon then terrestrial forests. They are also thriving biodiversity hotspots for crabs, fish, baby sharks and even birds!
Our seedlings are sourced from the community fishermen who had their earnings heavily affected by the pandemic and development.