AWAK Centre Mombasa Staff planting trees on National Tree Planting Day

In a vibrant celebration of nature and environmental responsibility, the Association of Women in Agriculture Kenya-AWAK Center Mombasa recently took a significant step towards a greener future. The National Executive Chairlady, in collaboration with the dedicated AWAK team, led a tree planting ceremony at the organization’s offices.

The event, which resonates with the Kenya’s president’s call to grow 15 billion trees by 2030, marks a pivotal moment in AWAK’s commitment to environmental sustainability. Under the theme “Happy Green Holiday,” the ceremony not only symbolized the act of planting trees but emphasized the crucial importance of nurturing them to maturity for a lasting impact.

The AWAK team, with enthusiasm and dedication, planted a substantial number of trees during the ceremony. These trees serve as a testament to AWAK’s dedication to contributing to a greener, cooler, and more sustainable planet. The National Executive Chairlady expressed her vision for the initiative, highlighting the need to go beyond merely planting trees and focus on nurturing them towards maturity.

As AWAK takes on the responsibility of caring for these newly planted trees, the organization envisions a future where the impact of their efforts will contribute significantly to a healthier environment. The call to nurture the trees underscores the understanding that planting is just the first step; it is equally important to ensure the trees grow, thrive, and become integral components of a flourishing ecosystem.

The AWAK Center Mombasa is proud to align itself with the broader national initiative to combat climate change and environmental degradation. This tree planting ceremony serves as a testament to AWAK’s commitment to being at the forefront of sustainable practices in agriculture and environmental stewardship.

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