Schools Outreach Programme

Kijabe Environment volunteer KENVO school outreach program concentrate more on training schools environmental clubs members […]

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Forest Facts

Kikuyu Escarpment Forest Kikuyu Escarpment forest lies 30 km north-west of Nairobi, and covers the […]

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Forest Restoration

KENVO runs various forest restoration programmes. Currently for instance, a project dubbed “Greening Kereita” (sponsored […]

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Agri business

Agribusiness has recently been so much promoted as it has been identified as one of […]


Kijabe Environment Volunteers (KENVO) promotes and carries eco-tourism activities in the Kikuyu Escarpment Forest region. […]

Environmental conservation

Introduction The Environmental and Conservation Department is mandated with the conservation activities that KENVO carries […]

Our vision


The biologically rich southern Aberdare forests – the Kikuyu Escarpment forest – and other natural resources will be conserved in whole for their biodiversity importance and support to livelihood of the local community.


KENVO strives to conserve natural habitats in the Kikuyu Escarpment and their biological diversity, by working with local communities and partners to implement conversation projects, in addition to providing conservation information and education.


With the objective of conserving Kenya’s natural habitats and biodiversity, Kijabe Environment Volunteers (KENVO) provides local communities with the information, education, and resources they need to advance environmentally friendly businesses.

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