Kenya’s natural resources must be preserved for its children to enjoy
Deforestation and poaching have drastically affected western Kenya’s natural resources—with
devastating consequences for the fertility of the land as well as the tourism industry that many local jobs depend on.
Camp Ohana’s environmental programs teaches the children to cherish and protect the land that sustains them through environmental studies and activities such as tree planting.
“Wildlife Defenders,” a program developed by Stephanie Arne, Mutual of Omaha Wild Guide, teaches the children how to protect local wildlife. The reforestation program shows children how to raise native and non-native trees in a nursery and plant them throughout the village and surrounding areas.
Together, these programs teach children valuable skills while strengthening the ecosystem they and their families depend on.
A monthly micro-donation of just $5 can help protect and reforest the children’s villages.Please donate now.
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