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April 4

Wangari Maathai Marathon

Today the 1st of April; 2023 is Professor Wangari Maathai’s birthday, she would have been eighty-three (83) years and knowing her, I am sure she would still be championing for peace across the globe.

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January 25

Daima statement on the proposed repealing of Section 34(2a) of the Forest Conservation and Management Act 2016

The proposed amendments to the Forest Conservation and Management Act 2016 has generated a lot of concerns from conservationists, champions of green spaces and Kenyans in general.

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November 7

HAPPY BIRTHDAY; WANGARI MAATHAI!

Today the 1st of April; 2023 is Professor Wangari Maathai’s birthday, she would have been eighty-three (83) years and knowing her, I am sure she would still be championing for peace across the globe.

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CHANGING LIVES

Professor Wangari Maathai espoused the idea of the Power of One—that every one of us can make a difference and collectively, we are a force. “It doesn’t take a lot of people for real change to happen. At a time when so much seems to be going wrong, it is very easy to get overwhelmed. You don’t need an “army” of people. Each of us can be agents of change.” The Wangari Maathai Foundation aims to activate the power of one through our programs.

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CHANGE STARTS FROM WITHIN

The Wangari Maathai Foundation develops the internal capacities of individuals, who then take action in their families and their communities.

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It's the little things citizens do. That's what will make the difference.

- Wangari Maathai

LEGACY

Wangari Maathai remains a potent example of how one person can be a force for change. The legacy of Wangari Maathai, however, remains incomplete. Wangari did so much more than create environmental and educational systems. She embodied values and character traits to which people aspire. Exemplifying making a difference regardless of your situation or resources. The Foundation is dedicated to keeping this vital legacy alive.

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