ME AND CHARLIE BEATON AFTER A SCHOOL VISIT AT NGO'SWANI.Hi all,
Good to be back to my office, I had a lovely time with my family and the community as a whole.
January is the beginning of the year for us in Kenya so all the kids start the year some to high schools while others change schools from day to boarding school so it was a lot of work for me at home.
The reason being our rekero conservation trust look after more than 20 students both girls and boys since we started 12 years ago. We have help some of our community members to high schools and colleges.
ELDER PARMUAT WAVING AS GOOD BYE AFTER A VISTIT TO HIS HOME.
I always believe looking after people in a wildlife area will mean a lot to wildlife and its habitat. Latetly we have been having a lot of meeting to expand our conservation dream together with our local people and the respond have been great so far, this will traslate a better future for our children and our wildlife children too.
I will be visiting Miujisa tomorrow hope to update you on how she is doing with life along side our other friends.
JOIN THE ELDERS FOR A MEETING.
Mimi Jackson Looseyia.