The new Shamba project in Amboseli that will have a lasting impact on the Community


Land & Life strives to ensure that children in our supported schools not only get the academic skills required for life but basic skills, such as growing produce for the betterment of the community. We can all agree that environmental conservation is key in achieving most of the sustainable development goals. Culture has played a major role in inhibiting the access to education for most pastoral communities but this barrier is slowly being broken down.

In certain areas the country is affected by drought, which affects the community in livelihood and lifestyle. For example, when there is drought families migrate in search of pasture and often leave their children in the boarding schools. The parents’ expectation is that the school should be able to cater for the needs of the children.