Our commitment to encourage collective responsibility for the environment forms the basis of our environmental education program.

Flora and Fauna Education

With support from the Herpetology Section of the National Museums of Kenya, conservation of reptiles and amphibians forms a key component of the program.

Butterfly and bee farming education is also provided to community members and schools. The importance of these insects in pollination and ecology, as well as an income source, is emphasised during these education sessions.

Tree growing education, to identify species and their importance, also takes place in schools and surrounding communities. Training is provided on native grass growing and seed harvesting. Base Titanium in turn purchases the tree and the grass seeds which are used for rehabilitating the mined-out areas.

Water Education

Base Titanium has supported the establishment of environmental clubs in primary and secondary schools to provide a platform for students to learn about water management through teaching and field trips.