At UCESCO Africa, our agriculture segment is anchored by two key pillars: the Eco Farm and Go Green initiatives.

 Through Eco Farm, we prioritize sustainable farming practices, empowering communities with knowledge and resources for environmentally conscious agriculture. 

Simultaneously, our Go Green initiative focuses on environmental stewardship, organizing tree planting campaigns and advocating for sustainable living practices. Together, these initiatives underscore our commitment to promoting sustainability, fostering community resilience, and safeguarding the environment for future generations. Join us in cultivating a greener, more sustainable future for Africa.

Eco Farm

Our Eco Farm initiative, launched in July 2022 within Nairobi County, is a testament to our commitment to sustainable agriculture and environmental stewardship. Collaborating with international volunteers and local partners, we’ve supported schools like Kibera Primary and Tree Side Special School in Kasarani, Nairobi, by establishing fruit and vegetable gardens.

These initiatives not only enhance food security but also promote environmental conservation. At Tree Side Special School, we address the unique dietary needs of students with special cases, ensuring sustainable solutions that prioritize their well-being.

Looking forward, our goal is to expand these efforts, fostering a culture of sustainability and resilience in communities across Africa. Through Eco Farm, we’re empowering communities and cultivating a brighter, greener future for all

Go Green

Under our ongoing Go Green initiative, UCESCO Africa is steadfast in our commitment to planting more trees for a sustainable future. Teaming up with the MKU Environmental Club, we’ve already made impactful strides, planting 50 trees at Thika High School Chapel on April 17th 2022, and doubling our efforts with 100 trees at Tree Side Special School in Kasarani on October 8th, 2022. Our ambitious goal is to plant 100,000 trees by 2030, marking a significant step towards a more sustainable future. By doing so, we not only combat climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide but also:

1. Enhance Biodiversity: Trees provide habitats for diverse flora and fauna, supporting ecosystems.
2. Prevent Soil Erosion: Their roots help hold soil in place, preventing erosion and protecting vital agricultural land.
3. Provide Wildlife Habitat: Trees offer shelter and food for various species, contributing to biodiversity conservation.
4. Improve Air Quality: They absorb pollutants and release oxygen, purifying the air we breathe.

Join us in our ongoing efforts to sow the seeds of sustainability and cultivate a greener, healthier planet for generations to come. 

Because agriculture is our pillar

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