Where do you take your plastic water bottle after drinking the water? Do you keep it in your bag or do you toss it by the roadside?
Flood victims in Chikwawa District pondering their next move. PHOTO/ BRITTA MPATA/AWiM
Beth Waithira  (2nd left with a head turban) who has embarked on planting bamboo along drying rivers. Photo/ Milliam MurigiNairobi
Hop step and wade in foot deep in the slimy liquid is the norm for Mai Tineyi and fellow residents.
Shupikai Chitauro from Guruve South Ward 10 smiles as she looks at a year old 4,500 gum tree plantation she and her Focus 2 Group planted, but sadness suddenly takes over as she recalls what they h
Amid beliefs that the tree is spiritual, and cannot be replanted by humans, women of Malawi’s two districts are courageous to restore the Mulanje Cedar tree which is found only in this country and
The voices of minibus conductors rent the air as they rhythmically shout out the prices and destinations to townships surrounding Limbe Market.
Umurava; a group of women involved in biodiversity conservation in Nyungwe National Park. PHOTO/Annonciata Byukusenge/ AWiMKigali
KisumuIn the busy Nyalenda slums in Kisumu City, elderly women are kneeling down on a white gunny bag, spreading some black substance.
Rachel Wali Mwakazi, a Community development expert and businesswoman in Taita Taveta County, initiated the Beulah Gardens cottage industry, a project purposed to curb charcoal burning, deforestation and increase forest cover all the same creating job opportunities as well as fighting climate change.