Tree Planting Ceremony at the Nairobi National Park and Visit to the Ewangan Night School
The Curtin University delegation being briefed on the history of the Nairobi National Park and the work of Nairobi Greenline by the Forester, Mr. Simon Waithaka. L-R: Professor Andris Stelbovics, Professor Vice Chancellor, Faculty of Science and Engineering; Professor David Wood, Deputy Vice Chancellor International; and Dave Connell, Regional Marketing Manager
The delegation planting a tree at the National Park. The tree planting was in honour of every Kenyan student enrolled at Curtin University, which are currently around 250 students. 500 trees in total were planted, two for every student.
Professor David Wood presenting a cheque to the Nairobi Greenline Forester in support of the organisation's work at the park. Greenline is erecting electric fences around the park and planting trees within to protect the park from land grabbing and increased industrial activities.
Professor David Wood, Professor Andris Stelbovics, and High Commissioner H.E. Geoff Tooth are briefed on the history and development of the Ewangan Night School
Maasai herders studying in one of the classrooms
H.E. Geoff Tooth addressing the students and guests who visited the night school as part of David Wood's visit to Kenya
The guests pose for a photo after being gifted with traditional Maasai shukas by the students