Karura Forest

Karura Forest
I&M Bank in conjunction with Kenya Forest Service championed replanting of indigenous trees at Karura Forest In 2005, I&M Bank in conjunction with Kenya Forest Service decided to help champion the cause against the destruction of the country’s forests by undertaking to replant indigenous trees and develop and maintain 10 hectares of the forest. Unfortunately in 2009, part of the Karura including the I&M Forest was destroyed by fire, and there was need to replant again. In 2011, I&M Bank then replanted the forest with indigenous Kenyan trees and has taken all steps to ensure that the growth of the trees are well managed and are thriving as expected.
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