Working Towards a Just Community and Safe Mother Earth

About The Ogiek People

The Ogiek are the first people to have settled in Eastern Africa and were found inhabiting all Kenyan Forests before 1800AD.Due to domination and assimilation by other neighboring communities the community is slowly becoming extinct. The Ogiek are the last remaining forest dwellers and the most marginalized of all indigenous and minority people in Kenya

Advocacy & Justice

Community Land Awareness

Academic Achievements

Secretary to the council of elders awarding some of the best Ogiek students who participated in a climate essay competition supported by global green grants

PROHOME Held a consultative meeting with the Ogiek community members from East Mau on the unfolding events affecting implementation of Ogiek won cases among other issues

21st Oct,2019, PROHOME conducted a community land awareness public forum with the Ogiek community members at Mariashoni, East Mau in Nakuru county.

PROHOME believes that education plays a major role in the growth and progress of a society. It is one of the key components that can make or break a culture’s advancement. Since PROHOME has the mandate of preserving and advancing the Ogiek Culture, Language and Heritage, We prioritize Education for all Ogiek Children as a way of achieving this.

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