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Hailing from Northern Burkina Faso, Yacouba Sawadogo was born 72 years ago and struggled as a young man to understand what was happening in the degrading environment. On realizing that there was a crisis, he made a wise decision and took action to reverse the situation. He is a famous farmer known for his good deeds of having grown...
Every minute we lose 60 football fields worth of forests to deforestation. That’s one football field lost every second. Global deforestation is on an upward trend, threatening various efforts aimed at tackling climate change and the massive decline of wildlife. In 2017, the data from a global satellite survey revealed that the world lost more than one football...
What would the average Kenyan do if they ‘failed’ their KCSE? Give up perhaps. I was tempted to do the same but I did not My name is Elizabeth Wanjiru Wathuti. I am 21-years-old, currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and community development at Kenyatta University. In 2013, when the KCSE results for 2012 candidates were announced,...
Musician King Kaka through the Kaka Empire Foundation is on a quest to raise 100,000 sanitary towels to keep needy girls in school through an initiative dubbed Bank on Me Sanitary Bank Campaign.  In partnership with, Kim-Fay, local manufacturer of Confidence Sanitary Towels, and iPay, an innovative online payment processing company, the Sanitary Bank Campaign has launched a digital donation...
Kim-Fay, a leading local manufacturer of personal care, tissue, & hygiene products, has plugged into the National Green Industry Action Plan with the installation of 382 Solar Panels on its factory roof. Kim Fay joins the growing number of green factories in Kenya seeking to increase operational efficiency while reducing their electric-power carbon footprint.  The manufacturers’ Clean Energy Initiative underpins Kenya’s Green...