The Maasai Mara is home to the Maasai Tribe, and is also the #1 safari destination in the world. We work in several villages and communities with teams committed to building sustainable families. 

Narok is a bridge between the low-lands of the Maasai Mara, and the highlands of the Mau Forest. Our Community Directors have been working with us since 2017 to help families achieve self-reliance. 

Heading up the road from Narok, the families in Bomet County have worked together since 2016 to build a sustainable community around our garden tower program and chicken enterprises. 

Beyond the tea plantations and into the heart of Homa Bay is our community in Oyugis, where they have built a sustainable farm to support the families who are growing garden towers. 

Along the Kakamega Highway is a beautiful community, tucked away in the lush jungle of Western Kenya. The garden towers have brought the families together in purpose.

After years of looking for sustainable projects that could bring their community together, the families of Lugari have embraced the garden towers and expanded their vision.