Monthly Archives: October 2014

ECOLOGY STUDIES IN THE FOREST

On Tuesday and Thursday Sanctuary hosted Braeburn International School for their ecology studies. On each day they were divided into four groups. Upon their arrival they were welcomed and ushered into the Sanctuary’s education center where they were briefed by the project Coordinator and Laura an intern at the Sanctuary respectively. Their areas of study […]

NGONG ROAD FOREST COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION PRACTICE HOME BANKING SAVING SKILLS

The Sanctuary is working closely with the people in awareness campaign to inculcate the culture of sustainable use of natural resources. In the recent past the Trust has been working closely with a non- governmental organizations teaching the community on the benefits of saving, making detergents, embroidery among other economic empowerment businesses. Opening one  of […]

HIVE INSPECTION

It was early in the morning at around 7 am when my colleague and I accompanied some of the community members into the forest for them to inspect their hives. The bee hives are located in different sections but within close proximity to each other. changing into the beehive suits The community members were dressed […]