Investigations

The Sengwer community in Embobut Forest is now using TIMBY (“This Is My Back Yard”), a set of interconnected digital tools, to document several issues including: documenting conservation, forced evictions by KFS, Sengwer culture and heritage, overgrazing, and illegal logging.

Participatory Mapping as a tool to secure Sengwer Indigenous Land Rights and promote Sengwer conservation knwoledge and practices

Published : November 30, 2022
Updated : February 6, 2022

The Sengwer Indigenous People have created detailed maps of their ancestral land as part of their community efforts to secure land tenure rights in the Cherang'any Hills ecosystem - Elias Kimaiyo

The Sengwer Resilience

Published : February 6, 2022
Updated : February 6, 2022

Despite cyclic, violent evictions, the Sengwer haven't given up the will to live. Embobut forest is their home. They have nowhere else to go

The Sengwer Struggle: "We shall overcome"

Published : February 6, 2022
Updated : February 6, 2022

The Sengwer have lived all their lifetimes since time immemorial inside the glades of Forests in the Cherangany Hills