MAASAI BOMA WHERE ENKANG' MODEL ORIGINATES
Who Are We?
To work with the Pastoral communities in the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands(ASALs) of Kenya for their improved climate resilience.
Climate- resilient and thriving pastoral communities capable of anicipating, coping and recovering from the impacts of climate change.
SASAL has identified several goals to be implemented in order to meet the organizational mission.
What we do
GREENING THE ASALs
LIVING IN THE ASALs
ADVOCACY & CLIMATE EDUCATION
Litres of water distributed during the course
Indigenous & fruit trees grown
Video stories short & shared
Climate Resilience & Gender Equality
Greening the ASAL’s (Land Restoration)
Living in the ASAL’s (Climate Story Telling )
This project started out in 2023 and seeks to develop climate- resilient & gender equal pastoral villages
A land restoration project that utilizes the agroforestry technique
Creating awareness of the impacts of climate change on pastoral communities, sharing stories of strength, culture & resilience
Research findings presented to over 30 professionals of gender & climate change & published on different platforms
56,000 litres benefited 1,400 families
More knowledge created within the community on climate change & gender equality
150 fruits & indigenous trees grown
5 households benefited with vegetables enough for a meal of a family of 6 for 5 months
50*100 chunk of land owned by SASAL restored
More than 2500 accounts reached
Shared with a number of organizations and media