CITW Kenya Field Trip for TAFA Students

Children in the Wilderness (CITW) aims to instil a deep appreciation for the natural world for all who go through the programme. The newly established Kenya Eco-Clubs are now buzzing with activity!

Guided by dedicated Eco-Mentors, the children have already begun embarking on learning adventures, exploring the wonders of their natural surroundings.

Forty students from the TAFA Community Center recently headed out on a field trip to the Elsa Conservation Trust Center. They delved into the ecology of Lake Naivasha, a vital lifeline for their families, and learned about the importance of protecting this precious ecosystem.

Their excitement peaked as they spotted hippos, giraffes, and zebras during a boat ride on the lake. Enjoying lunch in the shade of acacia trees, they experienced the magic of wildlife first-hand as a family of curious warthogs ambled past.

Words and pictures by Alisa Karstad, Governors’ Camp Collection Impact Manager

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