Environment Updates

YOUTHFUL GIRL HELP COMMUNITY TURN WASTE INTO POWER
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

CS Tobiko congratulates Monique Ntumngia WWFwinner Ms Monique Ntumngia a Cameroonian entrepreneur is the 2019 World Wildlife Fund (WWF) prestigious International President Youth Award winner. Since 2015 the Green Girls Organisation which she established has trained over 772 girls from 30 communities in Cameroon on how to generate renewable energy from the sun and waste
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May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Right-Tanzania PS for Ministry of Works , Transport and Communication , Dr Leonard Chamarino, middle Uganda PS for Ministry of Works and Transport (The Chairman of the Committee) George Rukara , second Left Environment and Forestry Principal Secretary Dr Ibrahim Mohamed During the signing. Permanent Secretaries from Lake Victoria Region Commit to Regional Project on
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MINISTRY LAUDS JICA FOR SUPPORT.
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

PS, MEF, Dr, Ibrahim Mohamed during the meeting with the JICA-Kenya team in his office The Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Dr. Ibrahim Mohamed, has expressed the Ministry appreciation to the Government of Japan for its continued financial support to the Kenya Government in the field of forestry development, through the
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2019 DESERTIFICTION DAY MARKED
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Launching the Makueni State of Environment report during the WDCD Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Mr. Keriako Tobiko, has said land degradation and climate change arising from human activities have adversely affected natural resources leading to desertification, and called on Kenyans to ensure proper land management and environmental conservation in a bid to reduce poverty
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STICK TO THE ORIGINAL DEAL WITH NEW IDEAS – CS TOBIKO
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

CS Tobiko in around table meeting with officials from WWF at their annual meeting (1) Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has challenged conservation organizations to stick to the original deal for nature to ensure ancient knowledge is used to propagate conservation agenda. The CS was reacting to World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Annual conference
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WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE NEXT SEVEN-DAY PERIOD VALID 18TH TO 24TH JUNE, 2019
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Rainfall continued to be recorded over several parts of the country particularly in theLake Victoria Basin, the Highlands West of the Rift Valley, the Central and South Rift Valley, the Central Highlands and the Coast as depicted inFigure 1. However, the Northeast and the Southeast Lowlands remained generally dry.A comparison between the previous seven days
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BETTER LAND MANAGEMENT TO REDUCE POVERTY
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko  has said land   degradation and climate change arising from human activities  have adversely affect  natural resources, leading to desertification. The CS has called on Kenyans to ensure proper land management and environmental conservation in bid to reduce poverty and extreme hunger. In a speech read on behalf
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MATCH SCIENTIFIC FINDINGS AND POLICY -CS TOBIKO
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

CS Tobiko addressing WWF officials during their annual meeting Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko has said there is need for nature-based solutions to mitigate the impacts of climate change, to restore and utilize the critical ecological ecosystem sustainably. The CS called for merging of fresh regenerative and transformational science findings and policy that
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Private organizations to support conservation efforts
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

Ministry of Environment and Forestry Chief Administrative Secretary Hon Mohamed Elmi has called on private organizations to support conservation efforts being undertaken by the government. Hon Elmi has said that private sector should support the on going tree growing campaign in order to achieve the 10% tree cover. The CAS made the remarks today at
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FORESTS SUPPORT HUMAN LIFE
May 10, 2016 Environment Updates

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta has called on Kenyans to intensify tree planting across the country to restore the fragile ecosystem destroyed over the years by human activity The First Lady said forests support human life in different ways including contributing to food security, has medicinal value, and are sources of wood energy for millions of
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