“I now feel proud of my work as a farmer and the success I have made this far. My family is not only food and...Read More
- Our Vision -
To empower communities to harness indigenous knowledge for healthy people and ecosystems.
Who we Are
The Institute for Culture and Ecology (ICE) is a national indigenous non-governmental organisation started in 2006 and registered with the NGO Coordination Board. ICE was founded out of a visible need to promote the inherent and natural role of culture in environmental and resource management in Kenya. ICE works with community groups and schools in Tharaka Nithi, Machakos, Meru, Murang’a, Embu, Kilifi and Kiambu counties.
To promote environmental conservation and natural resource management through buttressing traditional knowledge in community-based environmental and resource management initiatives; and facilitate cultural-based learning that will lead to social and ecological wellbeing of the earth community.
- Our Work -
Natural Resource Management (NRM)
Enhancing environmental regeneration and sustainable use of ecosystems
- Our Mission -
To promote indigenous knowledge for environmental conservation and to enhance the livelihoods of local communities towards sustainable development.
Our Success Stories
NEW FARMING SKILLS INCREASE
Agnes at her part of the farm where she planted maize using compost manure and on zai pits. Ms. Agnes Muthoni is a farmer of...Read More
FARMERS ARE THE NEW
Cathreen Kareaikwa is what you may call a typical African entrepreneur driven by both a passion to serve her community and the desire to turn...Read More
The Hill of Hope
Kivaa hill is not an ordinary hill to the people of Matuu as Mzee Munguti Kavivya, chairman of the sacred sites protection group says, “The...Read More