Tree planting in Aberdare Mountains

The kisuahelian word „Harambee“ means „all together!“ or you could translate it in german somehow like „mit vereinten Kräften“ or „Hauruck!“.

In recent years we have had our tree plantings in the Aberdare Mountains where students of Gituru and PAB helped in reforestation.

This year, in times of Corona, when physical encounters are not possible the Friends of Kinangop, Gituru Sec. School and PAB school are working together also: On November 27th students of PAB and friends of the Kenya Club planted around 2000 seedlings in the Teutoburger Forest near Borgholzhausen. On December 4th students of Gituru and the Friends of Kinangop planted 2500 seedlings in the Aberdare Mountains near Gituru.

Together we stand!

Harambee – all together
Alex – member of German Club at Gituru Sec. School
Cecilia from Wangu Dispensary (Krankenstation)
Madame Esther (Gituru Secondary School) and Bakari Samuel (Friends of Kinangop Plateau)
the whole group