Entries by Carol Ng'ang'a

A new way to support our life-changing work

You can now support our life-changing work from the comfort of your own home. You can now donate to any of our projects online, with 100% of your donation going straight to your chosen school or community project. This is great news for gifted youngsters like Fredy, who still needs $206 of funding to cover […]


Wildlife Warrior Program Highlights

As our Wildlife Warrior Program approaches the end of term, we wanted to share some highlights with you. This term’s theme was The Importance of Forests, focusing on: Types of forests Various terms associated with forests like afforestation, reforestation and deforestation Causes and impacts of deforestation How to protect forests Thanks to all the camp […]

Land & Life Foundation Fundraising Materials’ Update

Over the past two months, the Land & Life Foundation team has been working hard to ensure that we have new fundraising materials for all the Elewana Collection properties in both Kenya and Tanzania. We are pleased to announce that the majority of materials are now ready. We will be sending each property their materials […]


Wildlife Warrior Program Term 2 Activities

Our Wildlife Warrior Program Term 2 activities are well on course with a very exciting competition planned for the pupils – a debate on the motion “Deforestation should be banned!”. We have chosen a debate because we believe it will help our Wildlife Warriors hone their communication and presentation skills, as well as cultivate confidence […]


Term 1 Wildlife Warrior Program Activities

This term, our Wildlife Warrior Program (WWP) school activities have produced some great results! Our theme, Waste & Recycling, focused on teaching Wildlife Warriors about: Types of waste Effects of waste on humans, animals and the environment How to manage waste Importance of waste management Thanks to the Elewana camp managers, camp guides and representatives […]