Creating and developing Community Based Tourism has always been an important goal for them. Encouraging the local people to continue conserving their culture, wildlife and natural environment of their lands so they may earn revenue from tourism.
Over the years through visitors and generous donors, they have been able to assist financially to improve the welfare and education of the local people.
This inspired them to create “Mwitu Na Watu Charitable Trust” in 2011 as a formal base for donors.
Today the Trust operates conservation projects in Kenya, as well as supporting education projects, an orphanage of 72 children in Kibera Nairobi, and a family of internally displaced refugees near the Ethiopian border. But the Trusts main goal is to support Community Based Wildlife Conservation projects such as the Shompole Group Ranch in Southern Kenya.