Monthly Archives: February 2013

HONEY CARE AFRICA VISITS THE SANCTUARY

The Sanctuary has been working closely with the adjacent communities more so in poverty alleviation by establishing projects that are beneficial to the communities but at the same time environmentally friendly. Currently a women group from Kibera, Ngando and Mutoini Slums has installed 200 hives in beekeeping enterprise. On Sunday we hosted guests from honey […]

CHASE BANK EVENT A SUCCESS

On Saturday we hosted the Chase Bank staff and their families for a family fun day charity walk through their Chase Group Foundation. The walk was themed as `Stand up for African mothers’ whose aim was to raise funds for reducing maternal deaths in rural areas through the training of midwives. The guests arrived early, […]

OUTDOOR RECREATION BOOMS AT NGONG FOREST SANCTUARY

Over the years population increase in Nairobi City has led to overcrowding in the few leisure spots available, e.g. Nairobi National Park, the arboretum, Uhuru Park e.t.c. The Sanctuary is therefore timely in offering yet another alternative. Its an ideal location due to its uniqueness of being an indigenous forest within a city. (N: B […]

ECOLOGY LESSON IN THE FOREST

Last Friday we were privileged to host students from Banda Preparatory School visiting the sanctuary for an ecology class. They arrived at the Sanctuary at around 10am where they were ushered into the Imre Loefler Education Center. They were welcomed by the project coordinator Mr. Simon Ng’ang’a who in turn handled them over to the […]