SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION
As one of the very first organizations to commence this project, 18 various turtle
conversation groups have been formed to protect these endangered species
SUSTAINABLE ORGANIC FARMING
The Mtopanga Training and Demonstration Farm is a 10hec farm with a variety of vegetables and fruits organically grown
NGUUNI NATURE SANCTUARY
This amazing sanctuary in a completely natural surrounding is only 4km from the Bamburi Cement Factory. Giraffes, elands, oryx, waterbucks, ostriches and many species of birds have made their home here
On 24th June 2010, the Rothschild giraffe Sir Willy was killed by one of the leading dominant bulls, Tisa, 7 years old at Nguuni Nature Sanctuary.
History: Sir Willy was 14 years old born on the 26th April 1996 at the Haller Park. He was transferred to Nguuni early August 2004. Sir Willy was a father to 11 giraffes - Amani, Baraka, Chizi, Dume, Emma (deceased), Furaha, Garama, Hadija, ILniduk, Kate and Louise, all at Nguuni.
Pupils, Teachers and Parents from the Aga Khan Junior School, Braeburn International School and Mombasa Academy joined the Baobab Trust, the Ministry of Agriculture and the Kimbunga Community to plant over 300 trees to mark World Environment Day on Saturday 5th June.
World Turle Day 23rd May 2010 marked the World Turtle Day, to bring attention to, and increase knowledge of and respect for, turtles and encourage human action to help them survive and thrive. 31 school children from the surrounding area participated. A power-point presentation was held at Nguuni Nature Sanctuary. The presentation aimed to protect and conserve these endangered species. Thereafter, a visit to the Bamburi Hatchery to release day old hatchlings was done. A short talk was given by Dr. Jennifer O’lealy from Kenya Wildlife Service and Mwanapili Hamisi, a sergeant from KWS.