Lamu Water & Sewerage Company hosts a community based tree planting project in Lamu to create sustainable livelihoods that support environmental and forests rehabilitation.
Secretary Ministry of Water Sanitation and Irrigation, Aboud Said, acknowledged all the guests present. Maji House, WASREB, Coast Water, WRA, Tana CIO and the host LAWASCO.


To empower the local communities and rally them to conserve trees in Lamu, LAWASCO plans to initiate a rehabilitation project within the Lamu, Shella ecosystem. The aim of this project is to restore degraded areas to improve the environment and ultimately better the livelihoods of the local communities.


Engage over 10 water community groups network to reach directly over 5,000 people and at least plant over 2,000 trees this season. Contribute towards planting over 100,000 trees in the long term project period.

Long-Term Impact

Through restoration of the environment, at least 50,000 people will benefit directly from improved access to firewood, food and clean water by the end of the project period.

The Managing Director LAWASCO, gave his vote of thanks and showed his appreciation to all the guests present for choosing and participating in the tree planting activity in Lamu, Shella.

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