Kipepeo Green Heritage aims at planting 2 million fruit trees within 4 years. Planting fruit trees not only helps increase tree cover in Kenya but also contributes towards nutritional health of school-going children, women, the specially enabled and their communities.
To ensure accountability, Kipepeo Green Heritage will convene students in the partner schools and establish Kipepeo Clubs. Members of these clubs will be responsible for; setting up the tree nurseries in their institutions, tending to the seedlings and nurturing the trees till maturity.
To tap into the creativity and innovative nature of the students, the specially enabled and women; they will have the liberty to set their own standard operating procedures for their respective clubs but in consultation with patrons. Members of the Kipepeo Clubs will also receive expert guidance and mentorship from our leadership and its partner institutions.
This knowledge will be imparted during club meetings and during the annual Kipepeo Clubs Camp. The annual camp is an opportunity for Kipepeo champions to meet, network and share ideas on environmental conservation in their schools and communities.