Water scarcity remains a major challenge to tree planting and food security in Kenya. Because the destruction process is slow and takes a long time before notice, much environment damage is done before people even notice.

Each generation does its damage and passes it to the next generation with little understanding. The objective of this project is to raise awareness on primary environmental care so as to enhance and knowledge, skills, attitudes and values that empower and enhance sustainable grassroots socio-economic. The education aims at making people more responsible in matters affecting their livelihoods as well as those of the greater community.

Environmental sanitation refers to the general cleanliness of the environment. It also refers to the sanitation facilities within a given area. Hygiene refers to cleanliness at a personal and household level. This also includes the surrounding within a given household. There are various elements which form the core of environmental sanitation and hygiene management.

This includes:

  • Liquid waste disposal
  • Solid waste disposal
  • Water supply and use
  • Personal hygiene
  • Environment cleanliness and diseases.

To assist young girls and women to face the challenges of growing up, making complex decisions about their sexual and reproductive health, and gaining knowledge and skills to protect themselves from HIV and AIDS.

Secondly, to facilitate the establishment of income generating activities such as three planting, bee keeping and food processing for economic self keeping and food processing for economic self sufficiency, thirdly, to promote economic self sufficiency, thirdly, to promote economic empowerment healthy eating habits, especially of indigenous food crops that have a high nutritional value, through food production and processing. This is particularly important for people living with HIV and AIDS.