Restoring 10 sacred groves in Rajasthan


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Drought Management

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Northern Kenya, Kenya
Map of DROUGHT MANAGEMENT In kenya the hearders live in the arid parts of the country which makes them supseptible to drought.With the global warming and climatic change in the country the drought has engulfed the northern region of the country. This has led to loss of life of not only humans but livestocks.Since the communities that live in the northern parts of the country are pastroralists thus depend on their animals.Due to the drought many of the livestocks died due to drought. This a need to save the pastoralists from complete lose of life some organization and the government decided to buy the livestock which are weak and vulnerable for slaughter.This is to save the community from losing its cattle because eventually they will have funds to buy other livestocks when the drought ends thus leaving them dependent. Read more.
Related to project keywords: arid, climatic, humans, depend, livestock

Planting Of Vegetation

By a female, 22-30 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of PLANTING OF VEGETATION Trees are beautiful and promoted our tourist industry besides being a habitat for wild animals. On the whole if trees are mercilesly cut there will be no wood for building and fuel, soil erosion would be accelerated and the desert would advance. Therefore, the government of Kenya has urged Kenyans not to cut trees anyhowly. If you cut one plant two. It is due to their stiff penalties to offenders that they cut of trees is to decrease. Read more.
Related to project keywords: desert, wood, fuel, due, planting

Importance Of Trees

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Busia, Kenya
Map of Importance of trees I liked planting trees in my land every season. Everyday would make sure that i planted a tree and i watered it till it grew to a bigger tree.As time went by i had so much trees that i started selling timber to the people around and even firewood to the villagers.The fruits from the trees i sell them and this has helped me educate my children. Read more.
Related to project keywords: timber, planting trees, land, trees, villagers

Cow/ Livestock Rearing

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Kisumu, Kenya
Map of cow/ livestock rearing mageka is someone whose role is always aimed at reating animals and even planting the neppier grass in large plantation this act became this way after a very long period of time he distributtes than to his mates who are also always rearing cows they tried their level best and ensured that they were in good position when it came to teaaching aid on how to use them this was done on a very point not which was much convenitent to them this they did for quite a long time through this mageka made the cow even time.Through this mageka made the cows even more healthy by providing them the food. Read more.
Related to project keywords: plantation, grass, planting, animals, livestock

Defforestation In Kaimosi

By a male, under 16 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of Defforestation in kaimosi Defforestation is the act of cutting down trees without planting hamisi district at a place called Kaimosi it happened that the people who were given authority to guard the forest,but instead of guarding the forest they started a game where they benefited from it without any one knowing.They could sold trees in the forest and the money they get.They could use them.They forget a policy of cut one plant two which was implemented by the villagers. The forest was the source of many river in the village.medicinemen gathered medicine from the trees and plant.It was a home for wild animals like snakes,monkey,Baboons.The trees was source of rain which made the community to dry. When the villagers released that he was doing illegal sell.The people were sucked out of the village punished them and told them to plant each 100 trees each.And they were arrested for one year. Read more.
Related to project keywords: policy, forest, villagers, dry, village

Solving Water Problem

By a female, 31-45 years old, in Wakiso, Uganda
Map of solving water problem HavingConducted out a needs assessment in the Community the findings indicated thet Kyalumi village lacked a well to enable mebers access clear water Mr Mitala Robert a practioner in development looked for funds and established awell with a washing bay that enabling community access clear water. Read more.
Related to project keywords: clear, development, needs, village, water
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Project Leader

Aman Singh Singh

Project Leader
Alwar, Rajasthan India

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