Mountain View Conservation Programme is a charitable organization and a registered non-governmental entity under the republic of Kenya located in Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. The organization is focusing on various ecosystems around the country. Our operations are mainly concentrated in rural and urban dwelling of the greater part of Kenya.

The organization enters the world of environmental and eco-conservation at a time when the country is in need of restoring its water catchment areas and wildlife. The organization has a well-structured programme in conservation of the environment by considering the harm caused by the climate change to life is imperative, therefore it should be stopped by all means.

Mountain View Conservation Programme has embarked on a five year plan with an estimated budget of 40 million (40m) sterling pounds to mobilize the communities and all other stakeholders in planting of trees, to stop deforestation and exercise on reforestation within and around the Kenya five water towers namely, Mt. Elgon, Cherangani Hills, Mau Complex, Mt. Kenya and Aberdare Ranges, this will slow climate change patterns.

Mountain View Conservation Programme will support and enable every county surrounding the five�water towers (22 counties) to raise their forest cover to 10% as per the government policy. Approximately one million hectares will be covered by forest that includes individual�s forest and public land.

The organization will carry out a survey and research to find out the best approach to implement these projects.

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