Recent News 
(Click to view archive news)
Mitamysi gets a TV and Whoofer!
Most of the 140 students at Mitamysi Secondary School are boarders and ....(read more)

More tree planting - even without a secure fence!
Asako Primary School has begun a tree planting programme even though their ....(read more)

Forest Schools Pilot project gets going at Kaseluni
Forest Schools is a new project designed to create tree plantations in ....(read more)

No white landrovers for TAS co-ordinator!

The man on the motorbike is Stephen Kameti.  He works jointly for TAS and KWS (the Kenya Wildlife Service) and his job is to support the local school trusts which are attached to 9 schools around Kora National Park and Mwingi National Reserve in Kenya. These are remote schools, difficult to reach at the best of times and impossible during the rains.The picture shows Stephen on a hired motorbike visiting one of the new schools being supported by TAS - Kaseluni Primary School.  The children are gathering cow peas from the school garden.  The peas are cooked along with the locally grown millet at lunchtime.