>200,000 hectares of forest protected

18 Jun 2022
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To protect the vast dryland forests in the Kasigau Corridor, security teams coordinate regular aerial and foot patrols, collaborating with the local communities, the Kenya Wildlife Service and other NGOs operating in the area. This is particularly important during the fire season, to ensure a coordinated response actively prevents fire outbreaks. In addition to protecting existing forests, the project has planted nearly 100,000 tree seedlings through the Community Greenhouse Program.