Kenya Yearbook Rhino Charge

Kenya Yearbook lauded for supporting conservation efforts

Kenya Yearbook Rhino Charge
Environment Cabinet Secretary Soipan Tuya (left), Kajiado Governor Joseph Ole Lenku (second right), Kenya Yearbook Editorial Board Head of Production Elijah Muli (third right) and Christian Lambrechts, the Executive Director of Rhino Ark, at the Rhino Charge prize giving event in Kajiado.

The Kenya Yearbook Editorial Board (KYEB) will support efforts to mitigate climate change and protect the environment.

Mr Elijah Muli, KYEB Production Manager, representing CEO Lilian Kimeto at the Rhino Charge prizegiving ceremony in Kajiado County, said the institution would document Kenya’s conservation story and work with conservationists like Rhino Ark to protect the environment.

“This is the first time we are taking part in Rhino Charge. Going forward, we will walk with you in this journey to boost conservation efforts,”said Muli. He added that KYEB is committed to telling the story of the country, especially on environmental conservation, as the effects of climate change escalate.

During the event, Christian Lambrechts, the Executive Director of Rhino Ark, recognised KYEB as one of the partners of Rhino Charge. “KYEB is here to document and echo efforts made by Chargers to protect the environment and wildlife. KYEB has highlighted our fundraising efforts,” he said. Mr Lambrechts welcomed the support from KYEB and added that Rhino Charge is looking forward to partnering with several other institutions to boost conservation efforts. KYEB, the government’s storyteller, was at the event to document efforts to conserve the environment and protect wildlife, particularly the black rhinos.

Kenya Yearbook Rhino Charge
Mr Elijah Muli awards a winner at the RHino Charge prize giving event.
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