CONSERVATION OF WILDLIFE FOR A BETTER TOMORROW
About our wildlife club?
We train and help school children and communities to initiate Wildlife Activities. This does not only help in instilling conservation knowledge, skills and interest among Kenyans, but as well acts as an appropriate way of curbing conservation challenges in every locality.
Our students have an opportunity to visit our National parks. This gives them ample time to learn about Wildlife. By visiting the parks our youth who comprise over 70% of the Kenyans population develop a positive attitude towards Wildlife and conservation in general.
This is one of the most popular activity in our schools. Indigenous trees are planted around school compounds and nearby degraded forest parches. Guidelines are provided on where to plant exotic trees.
CREATING WILDLIFE HABITATS
Students create a garden that attracts beautiful wildlife and helps restore habitat areas. By providing food, water, cover and a place for wildlife to raise their young & wildlife habitats are well restored.