Monthly Archives: November 2014

Nairobi International Trade Fair

The annual Nairobi International Trade Fair took place at the Jamhuri Park grounds from the 29th September 2014 to the 5th October 2014. For the first time since its inception in 1901, ARocha Kenya was more than privileged to be part of it this year, thanks to the partnership with Kenya Forest Service (KFS).    […]

Young Nairobi Farmers.

After several trainings on Farming God’s Way to Farmers and Churches, A Rocha Kenya introduced the technology to school kids but in a language suitable for them. Logos Christian School was the first school to carry out farming God’s way, through their environmental club. For the period of three months, this young ones interacted with […]

Young people in Nairobi address global sustainability issues.

A Rocha Kenya is currently working with three secondary schools within Nairobi to address global sustainability issues such as biodiversity, climate change, waste management, food and water and trees and deforestation, encouraging them to take action, propose their ideas to politicians and share the same ideas with schools from other countries pursuing the same project. […]

Marine biodiversity

The global oceans cover more than 70% of the earth’s surface providing numerous habitats and micro habitats which harbor ecologically and economically important species. In the oceans there are ecosystems and habitats such as coral reefs, sea grass beds, mangrove forests and so many other that are highly diverse. Coral reefs for example have been […]