- The IHRM Secretariat and a total of 14 IHRM branches nationwide joined Kenyans in planting trees in various parts of the country.
- The IHRM secretariat held its tree-planting exercise at Thika Greens Golf Club.
The Institute of Human Resource Management has joined President William Ruto's bid to grow 15 billion trees in 10 years by planting over 7,000 trees in several parts of the country.
On Monday, the IHRM Secretariat and a total of 14 IHRM branches nationwide joined Kenyans in planting trees in various parts of the country.
The IHRM secretariat held its tree-planting exercise at Thika Greens Golf Club.
"Our branches collaborated with local schools, organizations, and communities to enhance the success of the tree-planting initiative," IHRM Chair Dalmas Odero said.
"These partnerships strengthened our collective impact and fostered a sense of shared responsibility for environmental stewardship."
Odero said plans are ongoing for environmental initiatives and potential collaborations in contributions to a greener, healthier Kenya.
"This collective effort serves as a foundation for a greener and more sustainable future. We express our eagerness to continue building on this momentum and contributing positively to our environment," he said.
IHRM Nyanza Branch led by Nyanza/Western Council Member CHRP Patricia Okello, planted trees at Ken Obura Secondary School. Branch members were joined by students from the school.
IHRM Transonya Branch members made a positive impact by planting trees at two different locations: Manga Children’s Remand Home and Correctional Centre, and later joined CS Hon. Florence Bore at Nyaisa SDA Primary School, Manga Sub County, Nyamira County.
Turkana Branch contributed to the green movement by planting trees at Ekalees Centre while Murang'a Branch, under the guidance of Council Member CHRP Catherine Mwangi, joined hands at Karii Sewarage Treatment Works for a successful tree-planting exercise.
The Western Branch made a positive impact at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, contributing to a greener environment.
The South Rift Branch members led by IHRM Vice Chair and Council Member CHRP Beatrice Bii and members, joined CS Hon. Florence Bore for the National Tree Planting Day 2023 in Chepalungu, Bomet County. Bomet Governor, HE. Hillary Barchok, recognized and appreciated IHRM's contribution to planting indigenous tree seedlings.
In North Eastern Branch members successfully planted trees at Wajir Airport, Wajir County Headquarters, and KMTC Wajir.
In North Rift Branch Members, led by Branch Officials, conducted a successful tree planting exercise at Kapseret Forest in Kapseret Sub-County - County Government of Uasin Gishu.
Kenya North Branch saw Nanyuki members, led by the Laikipia County's Deputy Governor, area MP, Women Representative, and Branch Officials, conduct a successful National Tree Planting exercise at Mary Immaculate Primary School - Laikipia.
Mt. Kenya Central Branch members joined hands with the County Government of Nyeri, Nyeri Water And Sanitation Company Limited, and other stakeholders in the National tree planting exercise at Kiganjo Sewer Pumping station located at Nyeri Central sub-county.
In Nairobi, branch members joined hands at Kamukunji historical grounds for a successful tree-planting exercise.
The Kenya South Branch members from Mt. Kenya South Branch turned up in large numbers for the tree planting exercise at Salvation Army Variety Village, near Chania Girls Secondary School.