As people around the globe marked the World Water Day on March 22, school pupils of a primary school in Kenya held a debate revolving around a persistent drought crisis and life-threatening food shortages threatening millions across East and Horn of Africa.
Today is the International Day of Forests. We have to cherish the immense value of the biodiversity of forests and protect it. That is why the handling with our treasure of nature and the training of people are at the centre of our forest projects. In our latest print newsletter 44, our project in Kakamega rainforest shows how nature can be preserved, while people living around it can still generate an income.