Gift Trees In Kenya
Why Plant in Kenya?
Erratic weather patterns characterized by devastating floods and cycles of droughts have become more frequent with increasing intensity in Kenya.
- Already, almost 50% of the country’s biodiversity is at risk due to reduced habitat from human pressures and climate change.
- Previously malaria-free highland areas could experience modest changes to stable malaria by the 2050s, with conditions for transmission becoming highly suitable by the 2080s.