Green Print Project

As Peace ambassadors Kenya, we recognize that there is no nation that can achieve sustainable peace without managing it’s environment. In the words of the late Nobel Prize laureate Pro. Wangari Mathai, “If we destroy nature today, nature will destroy us in the future.”
To this end, PAK runs the Green Print Project, incepted in November 2015 that aims at reducing the Carbon Print as a response to the myriad of concerns that afflict the country in respect to the environment.
We therefore acknowledge the urgent need to mobilize and sensitize communities to adopt environmentally sound practices.

We have: 

  • Conducted workshops and trainings on environmental conservation.
  • Conducted sensitization campaigns on environmental conservation.
  • Incorporated environmental conservation agendas in PAK institutional clubs and chapters
  • Increased the knowledge of communities on water and forest conservation and management.
  • Incubated an integrated community environment management project in Nessuit Mau Forest
  • Promoted tree planting in Mau Forest.
  • Conducted community clean-up activities within the country
  • Initiated waste management income generating projects
Green Print Team
Green Print Walk- Mau

Mau Forest Tree Planting

Brief 

  • Mau Forest Tree planting project marked World environmental day. 
  • 7000 Trees were planted 
  • The event was attended by 300 people among them : Peace ambassadors, Students from various institutions, guests and villagers.

Our Partners  

  • Administration police
  • Kenya Forest Service (K.F.S) 
  • Community Forest Association (C.F.A)
  • Green Africa Foundation
  • Ecotourism Kenya
  • Nature Kenya

Tanyai Forest Tree Planting

Brief 

  • The exercise took place on 14th April at Tanyai forest located 35km from Nyeri town along the Nyeri-Nyahururu Highway.
  • A big portion of the forest has been destroyed by loggers and charcoal burners which has had a significant impact on the climate of the area
  • 10000 Trees were planted and the event was attended by 2300 people among them : Peace ambassadors, Students from various institutions, guests and villagers. 

Our Partners  

  • Kieni youth Forum
  • Kenya Forest Service (K.F.S) 
  • Nyeri county Government
  • Local Admnistration