Tower. KPC’s mandate is to provide efficient and effective means of transporting petroleum products from Mombasa to the hinterland. As such, giving back to the environment and communities is critically important.Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is a continuous management function to assess project/programme sustainability used by our partners to check the progress made in achieving expected results, problems implementation and to highlight whether there are any unintended consequences arising from the project and its activities. During the visit, KPC planted a commemoration post, took part in actual fence construction, and interacted with victims of human wildlife conflict.
Mt Kenya solar powered fence project is a Water Tower and biodiversity conservation initiative being implemented within the framework of a public/private partnership between Rhino Ark Kenya Charitable Trust and its key partners. So far 240 kilometres of fence have been built with support from various stakeholders including; Upper Tana Catchment Natural Resources Management Project, Kenya Wildlife Service, Kenya Forest Service, and Mount Kenya Trust. Once complete, the entire solar power Game-Proof Fence will be 450 kilometres long becoming the longest conservation fence in Africa.
The KPC Team conducted a very successful visit which resulted in a pledge to provide further support to help build the Mt. Kenya Solar Fence. Many thanks to KPC for showing great interest in our conservation work. We look forward to growing the partnership and securing further partnerships that will help us achieve the completion of the Mt. Kenya fence in 5 years.