In an endeavor to address the pressing issue of climate change in Kenya, 5,000 seedlings were planted at Ngong Road Forest, Bomas Block During the National Tree Growing Day held on 10th May 2024....CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

The exercise led by the Nairobi County Kenya Forest Service (KFS), also aimed to honor the memories of those who lost their lives during the devastating nationwide floods.

The exercise was attended by Gertrude N. Angote from UNEP, NEMA Director General Mamo Boru Mamo, Marjan Hussein Marjan CEO of Kenya’s Electoral Agency IEBC, Patrick Obura NACADA Director Corporate Services, and Joyce Nthuku, Regional Forest Conservator Nairobi region, aimed to support the government of Kenya achieve the 15 billion trees target by 2032.

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Sama, an international BPO and AI training data firm, mobilized its staff to participate in this National Tree Growing Day initiative. Led by Annepeace Alwala, Vice President of Global Service Delivery at Sama, the team donated 500 seedlings and joined hands with KFS to mark this significant day.

As Sama reflects on this solemn occasion, heartfelt condolences are extended to all those who have suffered loss. Each tree planted stands as a symbolic tribute to their memory.

Annepeace Alwala, reflecting on Sama’s commitment to environmental sustainability, remarked, “At Sama, we understand the importance of collaborative action in combating climate change.

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By participating in initiatives like the National Tree Growing Day, we demonstrate our dedication to creating a greener, more sustainable future for all.”

Director General Mamo Boru Mamo of NEMA emphasized the significance of collaborative efforts in combating climate change, echoing similar sentiments made by Gertrude Angote from UNEP.

This initiative not only serves as a crucial step towards environmental sustainability but also underscores the importance of public-private partnerships in driving positive change.

Since its inception, Sama has positively impacted more than 65,000 lives by providing digital skills training and employment opportunities, resulting in a ripple effect on team members’ families and communities. Their focus is to continue generating a positive impact on its people and the planet through current efforts and strategic partnerships.

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As an impact-driven company, Sama recognizes its duty to contribute to climate solutions and uphold the well-being of stakeholders.

The organization remains steadfast in its dedication to supporting government initiatives like tree-planting efforts, acknowledging that tree growing is a vital long-term strategy in mitigating climate change. Together, collaborative efforts can pave the way for a greener, more sustainable future for Kenya and beyond..CONTINUE READING>>

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