The Kenya Defense Forces has always endeavored to have its officers display the highest level of discipline as well as ensuring that they are a shining example to every other Kenyan out there. Picture courtesy. Image from the event. The Kenya Defense Forces Conducts recruitment exercises on an annual basis where there general service recruits are taken into the KDF as well as cadets who are specialist officers in their various disciplines as one needs a degree to enter this category.
The Kenya Defense Forces has been at the forefront of ensuring that the surroundings in which they set up their military camps is at its best and the most important bit is to have the environment well protected. Picture courtesy. Image from the event. The Kenya Defense Forces soldiers in their endeavor to protect the environment and ensure that future generations are well taken care of, they engaged in a tree planting exercise earlier today.
The KDF officers under the Environmental Soldier Program, have been undertaking key environmental conservation initiatives in various parts of the country. As part of the KDF’s commitment to protect our natural resources, the military officers have undertaken to plant and nurture forest.As part the government’s efforts to foster sustainable environmental conservation including forest cover expansion and urban greening programs. Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) soldiers from Moi Air Base planted over 1500 trees
Kenya Forest Service has today hosted the Kenya Defence Forces under Environmental Soldier Program to a tree planting activity at Kinale forest station where a total of 25,000 tree seedlings were planted. The planting exercise also involved the Kinale forest local adjacent communities who through the Kinale Community Forest Association(CFA), have been complimenting the Service efforts in forest conservation, management, and protection. Through this planting exercise, over 25Ha of degraded forest land was rehabilitated.