Green champions: How farmers are restoring great Mau Forest

ISLA Kenya Program recently launched the Production Protection and Inclusion (PPI) Compact, an agreement between the ISLA Kenya partners to enhance sustainability and productivity of land and secure community livelihoods in exchange of forest protection. The ISLA Program in Kenya aims at restoring and protecting the 60,000 hectares of the South Western Mau forest and builds on the interest of tea and other companies to conserve the forest for its microclimate, and on the interest of the Kenyan Government to improve livelihoods of communities and conserve forests.

The Star newspaper published an article on December 20, 2022 about the report. The article is written by The Star Author John Kamau.

 

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