Tree planting projects have spun a period of over 9 years now and still going strong. Some of the projects were personal initiatives while others we partnered with others to give a hand. These were either clubs or groups that Michael Waiyaki our founder at Miti Alliance belonged to. Here is a sneak preview of the different projects we have undertaken across the country.
Mau forest tree planting : In conjunction with Miss Kenya 2009 (Fiona Konchellar) and the office of the then Prime Minister we planted 10,000 trees
Nation TV & Q fm tree planting : Pursued partnership with Qfm and Nation TV for their tree planting campaign in 2009. We organised a large group of youth to plant the trees and sensitise the community.
KQ, KLM, Roll Royce & Coca Cola : With a group of Rotaractors we organized two tree planting sessions with the above team and planted about 9000 trees at Kona Baridi.
Ngong Forest Sanctuary 2010-2013: Worked with the youth group of Lavington United Church and did a successful tree planting of 120 trees in the ngong forest sanctuary and another 300 trees in Nairobi’s Karura Forest.
Seven Seas Technologies tree planting : Organised a tree planting session for the Seven Seas Technologies, where we planted 300 trees in the Karura Forest
Kenya High School tree planting : Planted 2500 trees in the school grounds in conjunction with the Kenya High students, National bank of Kenya, Nairobi Global Shapers and Rotaract Kenya.
Various tree plantings minimum 200-400 Trees : Karura Forest – Nigeria High Commission, LUC District 10, Ngong Forest Sanctuary – LUC, Rotaract District Conference and Assembly and Nairobi Global Shapers tree plantings.
Plant Your Age Campaign: Led the social media campaign towards the actual event Held at the Nairobi national park with a successful culmination of the tree planting.
World Environment Day
Tree Planting Club Launch
AAR Tree Planting - Ngong Forest
Private Land - Tree planting activities
Miti Alliance will now focus more on institutions especially students in primary schools who need to be empowered with the HOW TO.. of trees.
We want to leave the next generation of warriors ready for the task ahead.