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November 14, 2018

Greening Kenya initiative aims to plant 100K trees in Nairobi

Starehe Boys Centre administrator Willas Ntenga, Makini Upper School environment secretary Wendy Wanjiku, Starehe Boys Centre director Charles Masheti and environment captain Kennedy Otieno
Starehe Boys Centre administrator Willas Ntenga, Makini Upper School environment secretary Wendy Wanjiku, Starehe Boys Centre director Charles Masheti and environment captain Kennedy Otieno

On Friday last week, media and PR practitioners launched a tree planting initiative at the Starehe Boys Centre in conjunction with the Kenya Forest Service.

The initiative aims to conserve the environment and create a sustainable tree planting culture. It aims to have 100,000 trees planted in Nairobi county, in both public and private spaces, between the 2017 and 2018 World Environment Day celebrations.

Key personalities present included KFS chief corporate officer Charles Ngunjiri and forester Charles Utolo. Others were Kenya Water Towers Agency chairperson Isaac Kalua and Starehe Boys Centre director Charles Masheti.

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