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Empower communities to attain high awareness and understanding of local and global environment while improving their livelihoods.


To improve the livelihoods of grassroots  communities by  empowering them with knowledge, skills, and attitudes for sustainable use, management and conservation of natural resources.

Core Values

  • Teamwork
  • Integrity
  • Commitment
  • Transparency

Wangari Green Murals

Kiangure Springs has initiated the Wangari green Mural Programme in Memory of the late nobel Peace Laureate and Founder of Green belt movement prof. Wangari Mathai. This is in support of the Humming bird initiative.

The first mural was painted at Ihithe Primary school in Tetu District, Nyeri County in Central Kenya in December 2011.Tetu came to the international limelight as the home and Political constituency of the late Professor Wangari Maathai

Youth for Aberdare Art Project

This project is funded by Artists Project Earth from UK. 

The project's main aim is to tap artistic potential of the youth and use these talents to create community level awareness on the need to conserve the Aberdare ecosystem while fighting climate change.

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Upper Tana Catchment Environmental Education and HIV Programme

This is a programme Funded by COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND (CDTF) with support from EUROPEAN UNION AND DANIDA.


International Day of Biological Diversity

KSEI took part in celebrating the international year of biological diversity in year 2011.see the report

Community level awareness through mural art

This programme is fundend by Painting a new world, an organization from Canada. Kiangure springs works with local artists, learning institutions,  and other stakeholders in its attempt to pass environmental conservation messages to the grassroots communities as well as visitors. The activities of the project portray themes aimed at educating the local communities.


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