ABOUT MULIRU FARMERS CONSERVATION GROUP
Muliru Farmers Conservation group is a community based organization formed in 1997 and registered in 1999 in Kenya. the main purpose of the group is to promote non-forest derived income generating activities to the community around Kakamega rain forest in western Kenya. The group consists of around 30 members of whom 18 are women and 12 are men who live adjacent to Kakamega rain forest.
A shrub that grows in some parts of Kenya. Traditionally O. kilimandscharicum has been used for the treatment of colds and flu, coughs and sore eyes, diarrhea, abdominal pains and measles. It has also been used for repelling mosquitoes and protecting
Kakamega Forest Reserve
Kakamega forest reserve is now the only surviving rainforest in
Naturub® is a commercial natural product that was developed by ICIPE, the University of Nairobi, Kenya wildlife Service and other partner institutions. It is sold for alleviation of flu, cold, chest congestion, aches pain and insect bites.
Muliru Farmers Conservation Group has established four community libraries within the community with the main aim of providing free access to materials and services which improve minds, enrich lives and fulfill cultural civic and educational needs.