Monthly Archives: August 2014

Nature Calls

Nature Calls “Home” as T.S.Eliot wrote “is where one starts from.” As an affirmation to this statement, I have come to call A Rocha Kenya, my home away from home. The day is 21st July 2014. It marked the beginning of a journey, a journey that can be alluded to the Biblical Moses Story, a […]

A Lifetime Experience

Cross culture is one of A Rocha Kenya’s core values, and it is thus integrated in each and every aspect of our work as a Christian conservation organization. This July three students from the United Kingdom, United States and Holland joined our team at Mwamba for the summer field course which lasted the entire month. […]

Bounty Harvest

The Kenyan coast is famed for being one of the top tourist destinations in Kenya; it is characterized by a distinctive hot and humid climate. This makes it hot for the better part of the year despite the heavy downpours between April and May and the occasional showers towards the end of the year. Gede, […]

Marine conservation through Marine Protected Areas.

With  the ever increasing threats to marine ecosystems, several strategies have been brought forward to help address this issue. One of them is the use of marine protected areas (MPAs) in the management and conservation of marine ecosystems. If well managed, MPAs can increase the ecological, aesthetic and social-economic values that marine ecosystems ought offer. […]

Mwamba Nature Trail Monitoring Project

Take a minute and imagine the earth without trees…trees are superficial living things that have the capacity to provide shelter, oxygen and food for countless organisms. It is for this reason that we at A Rocha Kenya value the trees in our trails and are carrying out a monitoring project on them. Mwamba nature trail […]