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A prayer for trees: For Kenyan tribes, saving forests is a sacred dut
by Dominic Kirui
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29 May 2019
On 29 May 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Kenya's government says it is counting on communities to help restore degraded forests and boost tree cover. Across Kenya, nature-worshipping tribes have taken on the responsibility of protecting their local forests. And their grassroots actions are making a small but significant difference as the rest of the country works to combat deforestation and restore its depleted forests.
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