Monthly Archives: January 2008

Havoc wreckin Jumbos return

North eastern, the third largest province in Kenya, is mainly characterized by arid climatic conditions with an erratic rainfall of less than 250mm a year. The area is mainly inhabited by Somalis, who rear livestock as their main economic activity. Garissa district, the headquarters of the region represents one of the most degraded ecosystems threatened […]

Tana River:The lifeline spot in Garissa.

Dear frieinds. This post is just to inform you that Tana river is the only source of water around garissa district in kenya greatly defining population distribution pattern. The 440-mile Tana River is the longest river in Kenya, rising in the Aberdare Mountains to the west of Nyeri. Initially it runs east before turning south […]

Environmntal education for schools

Happy new year to all of you out there. we are doing well, just adjusting to the post election violence in our country, but thinks have normalised. As a way of creating awareness among school children the Giraffe sanctuary committee in collaboration with wildlife clubs of kenya (WCK) representatives at the district level, are intending […]