Tiriji Eco Center
An eco-project geared towards reviving a community’s traditional ways of food production began in 2014. This enhances sustainable agriculture through the care of our land, conservation of our environment, and the empowerment of the local people to rebuild the broken relationships. This sustainable food system helps create resilient communities. Organic farming, solar energy and drip irrigation are among the environmental preserving techniques used and taught to others. The lush food forest here feeds the kids living at The Kithoka Amani Community Home.