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Tabitha Kimani

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William Ruto

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EMPLOYING YOUTHS TO PLANT MILLIONS OF TREES AS HE PROMISED.

The president of Kenya has kept his pledge to reforest Kenya during his tenure. The casual employees hired by the previous government will not lose their jobs but will be hired to plant trees by the new government. "The government shall join all Kenyan citizens to plant 5 million trees in the next five years. Each one of us, the County Governments, the National Government, all the other agencies, the private sector, and all other business traders shall join hands to plant trees to restore our rivers and get rainfall again," he said. The President said that embracing the tree-planting initiative will not only create employment but also save the country from climate change. https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2022-10-30-kazi-mtaani-youths-to-be-give-tree-planting-jobs-ruto

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  • walter lungayi

    31 w

    That will be a great input to kenya... including job opportunities and conservative actions on our environment.

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    • Christopher Hill

      31 w

      This is an excellent opportunity not just for Kenya, but it is something that should be duplicated around the world. It's good to see someone who can create employment for his citizens and do something that is excellent for the environment.

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      • lewis Muia

        31 w

        ministry of environment should work with climate change in the private sector to help in this initiative

        • Edwin wangombe

          31 w

          Saving the planet and creating employment opportunities for the youth is really a great plan that will help achieve the goals

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          • Timothy Ndegwa

            31 w

            Great employment opportunity which will not only see that the unemployed youths have earned a livelihood but also the survival rate of these trees planted will increase, this is because the youths will be committed to see that the trees have survived.

            • Muhammad Fahd Khan

              31 w

              Creating good employment!

              • Wirba Jullet Kinyuy

                31 w

                Great! I suggest these trees planted are followed up to ensure maximum survival so that we are not counting the number of trees planted but the number of trees that survived.

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                • Gorffly mokua

                  31 w

                  @wirba_jullet_kinyuy Absolutely,lets learn to grow trees not just planting them!

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                • Gorffly mokua

                  31 w

                  Great! But my worry is, how are they going to ensure that those Planted trees are protected from animals and from drying up..?

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                  • Wirba Jullet Kinyuy

                    31 w

                    @gorffly_mokua I think they can water the plants until they are well adapted to survive the dry seasons. And to protect them from animals, they can do small fencing around each tree planted until they grow to a certain height. It might be costly but that's important if we want the trees to survive

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                    • Andy Kadir-Buxton

                      29 w

                      @gorffly_mokua Forest gardens answer your question at: Trees.org

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