In May, 2,500 native tree seedlings were distributed during the rains to kanyakla groups across the island, in efforts to reforest Mfangano. Every tree was followed up during group kanyakla sessions, after 2 weeks and 4 months. Our philosophy doesn’t stop just at planting. Community members are educated on planting and care instructions as well… Read more »
Mfangano Island is home to 26,000 Suba and Luo people who live in remote fishing villages near the Kenya-Uganda boundary waters.