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Project Sikilizeni’s Memorable Visit to Tsavo West National Park.

Embark on an unforgettable journey with the girls of Camp Project Skilizeni as they defy the odds to explore the wild beauty of Tsavo West National Park. From muddy mishaps to breathtaking landscapes, discover why this adventure became the highlight of their camp experience. Dive into a tale of resilience, excitement, and natural wonder that promises to leave you inspired and yearning for your own wild expedition.


Cultivating a Greener Tomorrow: A Brief on the National Tree Growing Exercise 🌳

In a resounding success for environmental conservation, over 1,300 trees took root during the recent national tree planting exercise across the Amboseli ecosystem. Despite school closures and relentless rainfall, Lemongo Primary School stood resilient as pupils, guided by Head Teacher Mr Samson, seized the opportunity to sow seeds of change. This event aimed to instil […]


Planting Seeds of Change in Amboseli.

The Tupende Mazingira School Outreach Program is once again in full swing for its 3rd term edition. This vital initiative plays a pivotal role in our mission to rejuvenate the Amboseli ecosystem. At its core, this program believes that the path to change starts with nurturing the roots of transformation—our children. The program’s approach is […]


CHD Conservation Kenya Undertakes Its First Qualitative Field Research.

CHD Conservation Kenya conducted a one-day qualitative research study in a bid to understand the experiences and perspectives of our programs and presence in Lemong’o as well as identify strengths and uncover areas of improvement. The team tasked with carrying out the research was headed by Grace Jemutai, the Research Centre Manager, Cynthia Ketito our […]


CHD Conservation Kenya Hosts United States Forest Service.

CHD Conservation Kenya was delighted to host officials from the United States Forest Service (USFS) who financed our Carbon Restoration & Conservation Education Centre which comprises a tree nursery and model kitchen garden. In attendance was their Africa and Middle East Project Manager, Kristina Bell, USFS Kenya coordinator, Lavender Alwaka and CHD’s founder and Mpala […]

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CHD Conservation Kenya Honours Korinko’s Secondary School’s Environmental Club Invitation.

June 24th 2023. CHD Conservation Kenya was honoured to receive an invitation from the Environment Club at Korinko Secondary School. The club’s patron, Mr Samuel Mbithii, had previously participated in our Tupende Mazingira Training of Trainers program, and we were delighted to see his commitment to environmental education bear fruit. Our team led by Collins […]

CategoriesActivities Conservation WorldEnvironmentDay

CHD Conservation Kenya Joins Lemong’o Students to Celebrate World Environment Day.

CHD Conservation Kenya on 5th June 2023, celebrated World Environment Day by participating in a tree-growing and environmental cleanup exercise at Lemong’o primary school. The event was attended by the entire school and members of the Namunyak women group, resulting in over 100 trees being planted on the school grounds. Speaking during the event the […]