Combat Malnutrition in Kenya with the Moringa Tree

Dec 5, 2012

A New Tree Nursery and Project!

We are happy to report that the moringa project is expanding in Kunya Village. Dickson Omandi  from Trees for the Future will be facilitating more workshops with the students and community members starting Tuesday, December 11th. Dickson has joined us in helping to troubleshoot and to create a more diverse tree nursery project by adding fruit and fodder trees to the moringa tree nuseries.

While we have had some loss with animals browsing on our Maasai partner community, the trees are planted at the school and the Maasai warrier guards will now be on the lookout.

We are excited to see how happy communities are in embracing a project that is so helpful.

Thank you for your support!.


Shana Greene
Executive Director

Village Volunteers
5100 S. Dawson St. Suite 202
Seattle, WA 98118



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Project Leader

Shana greene

Seattle, WA United States

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Map of Combat Malnutrition in Kenya with the Moringa Tree