2012 ONE Africa Award: Saving a forest while developing a community

From ONE Fri Nov 16 2012, 13:47:10

The first 2012 ONE Africa Award finalist we're proud to profile on the blog is Muliru Farmers Conservation Group (MFCG), based in western Kenya. Founded in 1997 and formally registered as a community-based organization in 1999, a group of small-scale farmers in rural Western Kenya established MFCG with the mission to protect and conserve Kakamega... Read More »

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