Tuokoe Tembo Wetu

No Killing, No Trading; Tuokoe Tembo Wetu

Tanzania has the third largest elephant population in Africa with about 54,000 elephants while Botswana leads with about 133,000 elephants. Surges in poaching and illegal ivory trade have put African elephant populations at risk. During last year’s CoP17 of CITES in Johannesburg, South Africa, delegates adopted a resolution which recommends…

Walk For Elephants - Dar es Salaam Tanzania

My Heart Bleeds for the Elephant

A lot has been said about this particular subject, so much to some extent that it makes it intricate to write this article! I’ve had the privilege to visit our wonderful Game Reserves several years ago when I was quite young. Two years ago, I also visited our beautiful and famous Mikumi National Park. Upon…

137th UNEP Committee of Permanent Representatives

Young Africans of Faith Take Part in the 137th UNEP Committee of Permanent Representatives alongside Member States

By David Ngigi Munene Represented by its Founding Executive Director, Allen Ottaro, and its Programs Manager, David Munene, at the UN Headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, the Catholic Youth Network for Environmental Sustainability in Africa participated at the 137th UNEP CPR where it sits as an accredited Major Group and Stakeholder…

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