Monthly Archives: November 2013

Helping Communities realize benefits from Forest Conservation.

Regardless of geographical and cultural setting, Social status and social e-economic needs, we all have our very good reasons why we should be allowed access to public resources, and in this case, forests. While most people in the City would view Ngong Road Forest as a potential site for private development and self enrichment, Community […]

VISIT TO THE WILDLIFE CLUBS OF KENYA

Ngong Road Forest has several institutions within it. One of them is the Wildlife Clubs of Kenya, located in section 5 of the forest. Last Friday,  Asha, Eliza, Esther and Carol, all of us students on attachment at the Sanctuary visited the Wildlife Club Of Kenya. At the wildlife club of Kenya we were able […]

LEARNING BEE-KEEPING TIPS FROM A NEIGHBOUR

The Sanctuary has introduced many projects as it seeks to play a role in poverty alleviation among the adjacent local communities. These projects are beneficial to the communities and at the same time environmental friendly. One successful project already in place is a ladies Honey Harvesting Enterprise. Recently we the interns Asha, Esther, Carol and […]

THE COMMUNITY LEARNS AN ENERGY SAVING ALTERNATIVE

Mr Philip Gitahi , Treasurer of Ngong Road forest association  recently  visited the N gong forest community to showcase an energy  saving  alternative project .The project was to use the briquette machine to  help the community  make some briquettes  thus saving large amount of money and energy in purchasing and  collecting  firewood. The briquettes  are […]