Kaluki Paul Mutuku is a 26 year-old environmental activist born and raised in Kenya. Kaluki grew up in Machakos, a rural community in the Kenyan countryside, where he spent his childhood among nature. He recounts seizing every opportunity to go to the forest;...
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This video was produced as part of the 24-hour Global Relay Conversation organized by the UN Food Systems Summit in partnership with Future Food Institute for World Food Day 2020.
These findings will allow an assessment of how the Regreening Africa programme will affect people and the environment, and generate evidence on how land restoration efforts can be scaled up, a key aim of this initiative.
Farmers in Kenya are benefitting from growing pawpaw thanks to support from Regreening Africa.
Reluctantly, farmers enclosed a piece of barren land and were surprised to see it soon fill with grasses, shrubs and trees that bring many benefits for the community.
Environmental strategies must maintain focus on greenhouse gas emissions