Advocacy and community Empowerment

Community Forest Associations have sprung into advocacy action after a series of trainings with A Rocha Kenya and working as well as walking (literally and figuratively).IMG_8396

Having completed their trainings by mid-June 2014, the three CFAs- Gede, Jilore and Sokoke, which cover Arabuko Sokoke Forest were challenged to raise their voices for theforest and speak against the illegal activities taking part in the forest by engaging in various advocacy initiatives geared towards relieving the immense pressure the forest is facing especially from illegal loggers.

DSCN6185Mida assistant chief addressing the community members during the Mida advocacy campaign

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