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MAKE A DELIBERATE CHOICE TO SUCCEED – CS TOBIKO URGES
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Students of Kanyakine high school during the tree planting exercise where more than 1500 tree seedlings were planted (1) Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has challenged students of Kanyakine High school in Meru county to ensure the school regained its lost academic glory. “Kanyakine High School was the Alliance High school of Eastern
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NURTURE A NUMBER OF TREES BEFORE GRADUATING CS URGES STUDENTS
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

CS Keriako Tobiko giving his key note adress at the Meru University of Science and Technology. Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has called on Meru University of Science and Technology students to  plant, adopt and nurture five trees each before they graduate from the institution. This is in line with President Uhuru Kenyatta’s
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MAKE MERU GREAT GOVERNOR MURUNGI URGES CS TOBIKO
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko plants Vitex Keniensis (Meru Oak) at Kanyakine High School he is flanked by Meru Governor Hon Kiraitu Murungi among other leaders Meru GovernorKiraituMurungihas said his government is keen to achieve 40% forest cover by 2040. The ambitious plan he said will be achieved through concerted efforts from all
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WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE NEXT SEVEN-DAY PERIOD VALID 2nd TO 8th JULY, 2019
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Significant rainfall was reported over the Lake Victoria Basin, the Highlands West of the Rift Valley, and the Central and South Rift Valley,as depicted inFigure 1. The Central Highlands, the Coast and the Northwest received light to moderate rainfall. The Northeast and the Southeast Lowlands remained mainly dry.A comparison between the previous seven days (17th
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BUILD CLIMATE RESILIENCE OF THE URBAN POOR– CS TOBIKO URGES
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has called for Building Climate Resilience for the urban poor who are the most affected by climate change. The CS says building of climate resilience will help those affected to connect their own adaptation efforts with mapping and validation. In a speech read on his behalf by Environment
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NEW UNEP EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR PAYS CS TOBIKO A COURTESY CALL
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

CS Keriako Tobiko stressing a point during the discussions with the team from UN environmnet led by the UN Executive Director Inger Andersen Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Mr. Keriako Tobiko has lauded United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) for its commitment and support for environmental programs in the country. Speaking today when UNEP Executive Director 
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ECOLOGICAL DISASTER AT TANA DELTA SEEKS IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Environment CS Keriako Tobiko speaks to residents of Chara in Tana Delta (1) Sally Mzolazola, 86 years old man from Chara in Tana Delta is a worried man. For the past 10 years waters from Kalota brook has turned salty making it unfit for human consumption, farming, fishing and livestock use. Kalota brook is the
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CS UNVEILS 5 YEAR MOU PLAN ON CONSERVATION
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

The CS, Mr. Keriako Tobiko, with the CEO, Insurance Regulatory Authority, Mr. Geoffrey Kiptum, unveiling the plaque to officially launch the partnership at the Tudor Creek The Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Mr. Keriako Tobiko, has hailed the Insurance Regulatory Authority, for heeding the government directive that was issued to all
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GOVT ORDERS RRI ON MANGROVE CONSERVATION
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

CS, Mr. Keriako Tobiko, with wananchi during the cleaning exercise of the Indian Ocean shoreline at the Tudor Creek, Mikindani, Mombasa County. The Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Mr. Keriako Tobiko, has decried the low acreage of the mangrove forest in Mombasa county, which is at 3,700 hectares, as opposed to
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PLAN TO GUARANTEE COMMUNITIES GAIN FROM THEIR NATURAL RESOURCES
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

The CS, Mr. Tobiko, presenting copies of the management plan to the chair of KEMFRI, Hon. John Safari, as other officials of the institution look on. The CS called for the total implementation of the plan Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobikohas launched the Vanga, Jimbo&Kiwegu (Vijiki) Mangrove Forest Participatory Management Plan &Vanga Blue
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