Institute of Culture and Ecology

Institute of Culture and Ecology

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The Institute for culture and Ecology (ICE) is a national indigenous non-governmental organization started in 2006. ICE was founded out of a visible need to promote the inherent and natural role of culture in environmental and resource management in Kenya. ICE works with community groups and schools in Tharaka Nithi, Machakos, Meru and Kiambu counties.

ICE is committed to buttressing traditional knowledge in community-based environmental and resource management initiatives and facilitating culture-based learning that would lead to social and ecological well-being of the earth community. ICE is well linked with like-minded organizations in Kenya, Africa and beyond who are pioneering innovative culture-based strategies and policy advocacy for recuperation, recognition and promotion of indigenous knowledge and practices relevant to environmental rehabilitation and management.


To empower communities to harness indigenous knowledge for healthy people and ecosystems.

T0 promote indigenous knowledge for environmental conservation and to enhance the livelihoods of local communities towards sustainable development.
· Strengthening conservation of bio-cultural diversity and food security initiatives
· Promoting community reconstruction through alternative knowledge transfer
· Supporting research and advocacy initiatives
· Promoting community level climate change adaptation and mitigation
· Strengthening institutional development.


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