Eco-tourism has been the main source of funding for the ASSETS project as we seek to ensure that the project is as sustainable as possible.
Funds collected from the amazing Mida creek boardwalk and bird hide together with the Gede Ruins tree platform have been providing more than half of the money used to pay the school fees.
However breaking down of the tree platform among other factors such as increase in school fees and decline in the tourism sector,
financial stability of the project has been seriously compromised.
As we continue raising money for next year’s school fees, we are also really keen on having the Gede Ruins tree platform getting repaired because that is the right way towards restoring the project’s sustainability.
The Watamu Rotary Club has shown some interest in helping to raise funds for the repairs but no progress has been made so far and we are still ears open and trust in the Lord that we shall be able to find funds to complete the repairs and have the platform functional
Your ideological, financial and material support will always be highly appreciated!!