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Happy #EarthDay2020

The effects of climate change in Kenya is real. The predictable rain patterns have changed which has affected our food security and livelihoods. It is due to this that the Foundation has taken up initiatives through its Environmental Sustainability pillar to combat climate change within the tea growing community by engaging the youth and children who are the future of our country.

Our target is to plant 1M trees per year and has already planted 2.4 M trees which consist of fruit, exotic and indigenous trees. Our commitment to conserve the environment and combat the effects of climate change is our main priority as our farmers depend on the environment for their livelihoods. Together with various partners, we will continue to grow trees and change the livelihoods of the tea growing community.

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