The partnership between the Kesho Trust and the Pastoralist Livelihoods Support and Empowerment Programme [PALISEP] has been longstanding. It was through the efforts of PALISEP that the Enguserosambu Forest Trust was formed as a result of extensive negotiations with government. Both organizations working in the Loliondo area continue to be important for the long term strength and security of the Maasai culutre and their livelihoods. The priority of PALISEP is to find ways of supporting the livelihood development of Maasai communities, especially through the empowerment of women.
We are constantly looking for opportunities and resources to work with PALISEP and support their important work with Maasai communities.
For more information on PALISEP click here.