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Vincent Munyoki Foundation plants over 10,000 Trees during Kenya’s National Tree-Planting Day


On Friday, May 10, 2024, the national tree-planting initiative persisted across Kenya, with leaders spearheading efforts in various regions. Notably, in Kitui West Constituency, the Vincent Munyoki Foundation, led by Dr. Vincent Munyoki, undertook an impressive endeavor, planting over 10,000 trees. The foundation also conducted inspections of previously planted trees, revealing a remarkable 99% survival rate—an encouraging testament to their conservation efforts.

The scale of Kenya’s environmental ambition is highlighted by the government’s target of cultivating 15 billion trees within a decade. This ambitious goal underscores a nationwide commitment to combatting deforestation, mitigating climate change, and preserving biodiversity. Such initiatives are crucial in safeguarding Kenya’s natural ecosystems for future generations.

This day marks the second National Tree Growing Day in Kenya, following the inaugural ‘Green Holiday’ celebrated on November 13, 2023. The continuity of such events demonstrates a sustained commitment to environmental stewardship at both governmental and grassroots levels. By fostering a culture of environmental consciousness and active participation, Kenya aims to make significant strides towards a greener and more sustainable future.

As leaders, organizations, and communities come together to plant trees and nurture the environment, they not only contribute to the global fight against climate change but also foster a sense of collective responsibility and pride in Kenya’s natural heritage. With each tree planted, the nation moves closer to realizing its vision of a healthier, more resilient environment, where forests thrive, and ecosystems flourish.



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