Plant Indigenous Trees once! Twice! More! Again! Many! Create more roots, more shade, more oxygen, more humus more river, more peace for the next generations!!
GWIAN is networking different seedlings youth groups from all over Kenya like “Forest Conservation Corps of Kenya” based in Kakamega (western Kenya), “Mazinguira Youth Group” based in Machakos (Central Kenya) and local groups from coastal area.
GWIAN involves everybody from local communities (youth group, artistes, scientists, health professionals, conservationists, educators, economists, policy makers alike…) to their forum where knowledge and ideas can be shared about :
Type of Climate / Areas
Soil & Nutrition (soil erosion)
Food & medicine
Sustainability of plantation
GWIAN helps to empower people so that they become active agents of sustainable and equitable development. Workshops promote an understanding that communities are pivotal for changing attitudes towards environmental issues and advocate partnership which will ensure all nations and people enjoy a safer and more prosperous future. Care for the earth Because of climate change’s impact on all ecosystems and communities, because of ensuing consequences around the global world, we have to protect the earth for our safety.
Tree planting is GWIAN’s action to slow down, stop and then to reverse the growth of global greenhouse gas emissions.
By tree planting we will see more rapid and widespread access to cleaner and greener energy, new jobs opportunities and reductions in unhealthy urban and in-door pollution
By involving local artistes in our workshops, GWIAN wants them to become Agent of Change. Artistes can spread information about global warming issues through their performing art and reach the entire population.
Local support from locals’ people will encourage long-term sustainability. Local artistes can help in that process