Outreach Program: Promoting Wildlife Conservation in Nairobi through citizen science. We involve all citizens to come and take part in wildlife conservation.

Our Mission

To raise awareness and educate citizens in Nairobi about the importance of wildlife conservation and inspire them to take action for a sustainable future.

Target Audience

Citizens of Nairobi, with a focus on primary school students and university students.

Our Aims

By implementing this outreach program, Kang4Nature aims to inspire a new generation of environmental stewards in Nairobi, fostering a culture of wildlife conservation and sustainable practices.

Ecosystem restoration: Tree growing and Reforestation

Recognizing the critical role of forests in combating climate change and supporting wildlife ecosystems, we conduct tree growing exercises around Nairobi green spaces. Through our dedicated tree programs we empower the youth to actively participate in reforestation efforts and address deforestation challenges.

Tree survival rate tool kit that we use to monitor our trees to monitor survival rates.

Outreach and Conservation Education:

We believe that raising awareness and fostering environmental literacy is fundamental to building a society that values and protects wildlife and natural resources. By delivering engaging conservation education programs, we aim to cultivate a deep appreciation for nature, increase understanding of environmental issues, and inspire individuals to take action.

We actively engage in advocacy efforts to influence policy decisions and promote stronger conservation measures at local, national, and international levels. By raising our voice and advocating for wildlife protection, we seek to shape policies and practices that support sustainable conservation and ensure the long-term well-being of wildlife.

Collaboration and Partnerships:

We recognize the importance of collaboration and partnerships in achieving meaningful impact. By working closely with local communities, organizations, government bodies, and corporate entities, we leverage collective expertise and resources to implement effective conservation strategies. Through these collaborations, we can scale our initiatives, address complex challenges, and create long-lasting change.

By implementing this theory of change, we envision a future where empowered youth are at the forefront of wildlife conservation efforts, where communities live in harmony with nature, and where Kenya’s rich biodiversity is protected for generations to come. Through our collective actions, we strive to create a sustainable and resilient environment where wildlife thrives, ecosystems flourish, and the intrinsic value of nature is recognized and cherished by all.

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