As a true reflection of our philosophy, East Africa Camps have launched a series of initiatives aimed at improving the lives of local communities and the places where our activity takes place.
Plant a tree:
Our reforestation project in the Masaai Mara reserve, where each traveller can contribute by planting a tree and help, in this way, to recover an area at risk of deforestation.
Supporting Masai Moms:
Our project with the Masai community in Kenya where travellers can contribute to the development of the local economy by buying handcrafted jewellery and objects made by women in the villages without intermediaries and at a fair price.
The Plaster House:
We are actively involved in improving the health of Tanzanian children through this project where doctors perform orthopedic, neurosurgery and plastic surgery operations. Our travellers can directly contribute to this cause by bringing with them products that children need such as vitamin complexes and formula milk, underwear, socks and school supplies and so on…
We help people with disabilities in Tanzania through Shanga House project which produces glassware, household goods, decorative objects and glass jewellery by recycling used bottles. We contribute by purchasing these products for our camps.
Dunia Desing buys plastic bottles and other waste from street children in Tanzania to create a new sustainable wood-like recycled material. We use this revolutionary material to build the bases of our floors camp's, furniture and school desks.
Mto Wa mbu Cultural Project:
We collaborate with the development of the local population to promote this project. In our itineraries, we include a typical dinner for our travellers in the house of local Mamas within their banana plantation helping to its sustainability.
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