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Staff Plant Indigenous Trees to Conserve the Environment

In an effort to give back to the society, KIPPRA organized a tree planting event in partnership with Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute (KWSTI).

The colorful corporate social responsibility event took place at KWSTI game farm in Naivasha on 16th December 2020. It was graced by KIPPRA Executive Director Dr Rose Ngugi, KWSTI Director Dr Joshua Omondi, KIPPRA staff, staff and students of KWSTI and differently abled persons living within Naivasha town.

During the event, a 1,000 indigenous tree species were planted. KIPPRA will continue to nurture the trees and plant more on the one-acre piece of land allocated by KWSTI at their game farm.

KIPPRA Staff and PWDs take part in a jerusalema dance
KIPPRA Executive Director Dr. Rose Ngugi (Centre) plants tree during the CSR event in Naivasha
KIPPRA Executive Director Dr Rose Ngugi (fourth right) poses for a group photo with the participants at the CSR event

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