The world increasingly relies on indigenous communities to protect the ecosystems that exist within the land that they own.
the incredible biodiversity of Northern Kenya and the culture of the indigenous people both face daunting threats to their long-term survival. The fate of both rests with the indigenous communities themselves as they work to figure out how to benefit from their natural resources while preserving them.
WEP is an indigenous Organization registered in Kenya as a non-profit in 2018.
we aim to strengthen coexistence between indigenous people and nature in northern kenya to create win-win situations for both indigenous people and their environment.
Who We Are
1. To develop Green sources of livelihood for pastoralists, especially indigenous youth and women, through best practice centers (BPCs), innovations and hands-on capacity building
2. Restoration and greening of Northern Kenya Drylands through community identified conservation methods and sustainable utilization of natural resources to build resilience in the face of climate change.
3. To strengthen indigenous peoples’ leadership in our target areas so as to enhance self-governance in northern kenya
OUR NORTH STAR
- Data Driven Action
- Participative community centred approach
- Holistic interventions
strengthen pastoralist peoples’ access to natural resources and improved livelihoods across Northern Kenya
Harmony between people and nature
CEO // Co - Founder