To commemorate the World Environment Day, we partnered with Rotary Club of Karen and Kenya Renewable Energy Association – KEREA CEO Andrew Amadi to plant 400 fruit trees at St. Mary’s Karen School. This remarkable effort aimed to combat plastic pollution and foster a healthier environment for all.
The event witnessed participation from students, teachers, and members of all three organizations. It was heartening to see the students’ eagerness as they actively engaged in tree planting and learned about the significance of trees in reducing plastic pollution.
We believe that this event will contribute to raising awareness about the crucial role of trees in mitigating plastic pollution and preserving our environment. The collaboration between Toolkit, Rotary Club of Karen, and KEREA exemplifies the power of partnerships in driving positive change.
As we move forward, we remain committed to working together, leveraging our collective strengths, and continuing our efforts to protect and nurture the environment. Let’s inspire others to join us in creating a greener, cleaner, and more sustainable future for generations to come.