GREEN TO US IS IN THREE FOLDS:

THE FIRST GREEN

The First Green is to treat people kindly through upholding ethics and training on life skills.

THE SECOND GREEN

The Second Green is to promote good health, peace within communities and to create sustainable livelihood.

THE THIRD GREEN

The Third Green is the actual environmental conservation.

OUR SERVICE AVENUES


LEARNING INSTITUTIONS

Are central knowledge hubs in their neighbourhoods. They range from Green primary and secondary schools, Green tertiary colleges, Green universities.


RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS

These are significant actors in the development discourse since they capture and impact on large number of people in a particular locality.


MUSIC AND SPORTS

Music and sports helps us find our unique social niche, bringing us together with other folks that share similar interests.

NEWS AND ARTICLES

News
WAJIR MCAs' COMMITMENT TO MAINSTREAMING CLIMATE CHANGE IN DEVELOPMENT PLANNING

by Michael Malonza, 31st Jan 2018

Wajir County MCAs and Green Africa Foundation team during a meeting discussing climate change mainstreaming guidelines for the water and sanitation, agriculture and forest, energy and wildlife sectors in Wajir County. This is one of the activities under the StARCK+ extension project that is funded by DFID and administered by ACT!. The goal of the project is to consolidation prior efforts towards completion of climate change legislation and cross sectoral coordination for enhanced climate change mainstreaming in WAJIR, Marsabit and Garissa Counties

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Project update
INTEGRATING CLIMATE CHANGE POLICIES IN KENYAN COUNTY GOVERNMENTS

by Milton Ogada, 8th Nov 2017

Climatic changes have intensified world over with developing countries being the worst hit. The ability to adapt to the changes is continually being eroded as the governments strive to develop and also tackle the new challenges climate change is posing. In Kenya...

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Publications
Value addition through corn flour fortification with mango powder

by Milton Ogada, 8th Oct 2015

Mangoes productivity holds a great potential to improve farmer's livelihoods. Depending on the variety, the time from flowering to maturity is 100-150 days. Under good management 400-600 fruits per tree per year can be produced...

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