Monday-Friday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Quest Dinner

    Ellyanne at the Quest Dinner

  • The Blue Economy

    Sustainable Blue Economy Conference

    First Global Conference on Sustainable Blue Economy
  • #ClimateChangeArt

    Inaugural Launch of the Kenya Climate Change Art & Essay Competition at Kilimani Primary School.

    1st August, 2018 the Climate Art Competition was launched.
  • #ClimateChangeArt

    Ellyanne Speaking at the Climate Change Art & Essay Competition Inauguration.

    It was a great honor to speak before environmental enthusiasts in attendance on this big day.
  • Climate Change Meets Art

    Creating Awareness for the Kenya Climate Change Art & Essay Competition in Slum Schools.

    Kawangware Primary kids, heads & all teachers committed to participate.
  • Trees For Art

    Rooting the Art Project With Hon Mohamed Elmi Ministry of Environment & Forestry Chief Secretary, represting CS Keriako Tobiko

    1st August, 2018 environmentalists were heading to Kilimani Primary School.
  • Fighting Climate Change

    Peponi School Student Ellyanne at Aghakhan School

    A conversation on climate change amongst students at Aghakhan Academy.
  • Climate Change is Real

    The More Climate Change Becomes a Part of the Curriculum, the Better Awareness & Action

    Peponi School student presents causes of climate change.
  • Fighting climate change.

    Kenya Climate Change Art & Essay Competition

    Ellyanne with Children With Nature are Excited to be a Face of the Kenya Climate Change Art & Essay Competition
  • At Karura Forest

    Music for the Trees at Karura Forest

    Ellyanne plays the violin with precision at Karura Forest.
  • Tree Planting

    Planting with Cheleta Primary Kids, Karura Forest

    In the spirit of Together-as-one, Ellyanne invites fellow kids in planting a tree for the environments sake. How awesome!
  • The Ministry of Environment

    Attending the United Nations Environment General Assembly UNEA3.

    What an awesome day to meet & take pictures with CS Environment Judy Wakhungu.
  • Ellyanne invited to China

    With UNEP Director Erick Solheim & Ant Financial Services (Alibaba) China Team.

    Ellyanne was awarded a book after presenting her interest in environmental protection and awareness.
  • Planting Trees

    On World Environment Day, joined youth from United States International University at Tree Planting

    Until You Dig a Hole, You Plant a Tree, You Water It & Make It Survive, You Haven't Done a Thing. You are Just Talking.
  • AWEEF Launch

    At the African Women Energy Entrepreneurs Framework (AWEEF) Launch at United Nations Headquarters.

    Ellyanne paying all the attention at the AWEEF meeting, as that is how it is when it comes to environment matters.
  • Environmental Meeting at AWEEF

    I Believe You are Never Too Young to Participate in International Conferences.

    AWEEF was conceived as per the outcome of the workshop on Women Entrepreneurs & Sustainable Energy (WESE) & adopted by the African Ministers for Environment

Welcome To Children With Nature

Children With Nature is the the only organization in Africa, led by youth & children with a clear focus to harness the demographic dividend for the environment. Children With Nature's Mission is to Influence the young to Actively & Sustainably protect the environment. Whilst fully aligned to the Global Sustainable Development Goals, SDG 13 Climate Action, SDG 14 Life Below Water, SDG 15 Life on Land, Africa Union's Agenda 2063 & Kenya Vision 2030. Leaving no one behind & making sure every little helps through Tree Planting, E Waste Management, Clean Oceans, Plastic Pollution Awareness.
“ Its the little things citizens do. That's what will make the difference. My little thing is planting trees. The little grassroots people can change the world ”
Professor Wangari Maathai  /  Nobel Prize Laureate

Sustainable Blue Economy &
Conference coming soon!

26th - 28th November
The Sustainable Blue Economy Conference is the first global conference on the sustainable blue economy. Over 4,000 participants from around the world are coming together to learn how to build a blue economy that harnesses the potential of our oceans, seas, lakes and rivers to improve the lives of all, particularly people in developing states, women, youth and Indigenous peoples

Our Partners

What We Are Doing

  • Tree Planting
  • E-Waste Awareness and Management
  • Plastic Pollution Awareness
  • Action on Clean Seas
  • Mainstreaming
    the Sustainable Development Goals
  • Environmental Awareness in Schools

Let's plant trees to make our environment greener and more natural

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Tree Planting

A seed contains nearly everything a tree needs to get growing. Just add a dash of water, a bit of warmth and the right location, and you'll be seeing green in no time. Trees are an integral part of our environment. For food, medicine, rain, wood and shelter from trees, plus they beautify the environment. We get the most needed rain because of the trees. They beautify our surroundings, purify our air, act as sound barriers, manufacture precious oxygen. Children with Nature has a goal to influence & partner with others to plant 1 million trees by end 2018. Forests provide:
  • Home for animals
  • Decrease Pollution
  • Revenue
  • Natural Resources
  • Wood for furniture
  • Bring Rainfall
  • Save from Natural Disasters
  • Holiday and Picnic Spots
  • Medicine

E-Waste Awareness &

Electronic waste (e-waste) is one of the fastest-growing pollution problems worldwide given the presence if a variety of toxic substances which can contaminate the environment and threaten human health, if disposal protocols are not meticulously managed. We work closely with ewaste experts to establish the current trends, opportunity and challenges in the management of e-waste in Kenya, with a fous in homes, schools & universities. We create awareness in putting in measures to be taken to effectively manage or mitigate the effects of WEEE proliferation in Kenya.

The huge threat of e-waste to the environment was highlighted at a recent German Embassy Green Economy Cycle Waste Management workshop in Nairobi. The forum brought together government agencies, the private sector and other stakeholders to create awareness and showcase possibilities of ... A recent United Nations report found that 41 million tonnes of e-waste worth over £37 billion ($47 billion) was discarded globally in 2014 and only six million tonnes of that was recycled properly. It also notes that e-waste volumes rose 63 per cent over the past five years in Asia alone.

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Together we'd be able to fight plastic pollution

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Plastic Pollution Awareness

In the course of history, there comes a time when humanity is called to shift to a new level of consciousness, to reach a higher moral ground. A time when we have to shed our fear & give hope to each other. That time is now...Prof Wangari Maathai.

Plastic pollution can unfavourably affect lands, waterways and oceans. Living organisms, particularly marine animals, can also be affected through entanglement, direct ingestion of plastic waste, or through exposure to chemicals within plastics that cause interruptions in biological functions. Slow, silent, omnipresent, ever increasing, more toxic than previously thought, the plastic pollution’s reality bears sobering consequences for humanity

Action on Clean Seas.

More than 11 billion pieces of plastic were lodged in the Asia-Pacific oceans corals, according to researchers from New York's Cornell University. The world has awakened to islands as large as 12.7 million metric tons.

A photographer Caroline Power has captured the damage being done to the planet's oceans with a shocking “sea of plastic and styrofoam” image taken near a tranquil Caribbean island. In reality, these patches are almost entirely made up of tiny bits of plastic, called microplastics. Microplastics can't always be seen by the naked eye.

One million seabirds are killed by marine litter every year. 100,000 turtles and marine mammals, such as dolphins, whales and seals, are killed by plastic marine litter every year around the world.

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Mainstreaming Global
Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs

We aim in giving a hand to the following Sustainable Development Goals:

On September 25th 2015, countries adopted a set of goals to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years. For the goals to be reached, everyone needs to do their part: governments, the private sector, civil society and NGOs like us. Work with us to make alive the SDGs in our communities. Our vision & mission are enshrined in all the 17 SDGs.

Environmental Awareness in
Schools Across Africa.

"We owe it to ourselves and to the next generation to conserve the environment so that we can bequeath our children a sustainable world that benefits all"... Prof. Wangari Maathai. School children are little sponges and useful information about environment should be shared with them. Children With Nature continues to visit schools monthly sensitizing school kids on Climate Change, Deforestation & Pollution.

We've been to the following schools among the many

  • Cheleta Primary
  • Agha Khan Academy
  • Peponi Preparatory School
  • Peponi House School
  • Chreche International
  • Thika School for the blind
  • Potters House
  • Hospital Hill School
  • Uthiru Genesis Primary
  • Kilimani Primary
  • Visa Oshwal Academy
  • Oldonyonyoike Primary
  • Suswa Girls
Ellyanne at Kawangware Primary School.

  • Kawangware Primary
  • Farasi Lane Primary
  • St Josephs Secondary
  • International School of Kenya
  • Roselyn Academy
  • Magadi Primary School
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Latest News

This is the latest on what Children With Nature is doing. The rest can be found on our blog page.

Children With Nature News

Children With Nature is one of the implementation partners of the Kenya Climate Change Art & Essay Competition, an initiative by the Low Emission & Climate Resilient Development Project (LECRD) a project by Ministry of Environment & Forestry, funded by USAID & UNDP.
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Critical! Climate Change Education.

The participation of children & youth in climate change debate is critical in safeguarding the interest of future generations. The National Change Framework Policy & Climate Change Act, 2016 mandates the integration on climate change into National Education curriculum at all levels to inculcate climate change awareness among children & Youth.
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