By Gloria Makau

NETFUND awarded 22 young environment conservationists and 3 schools in an online Arts and Essay Digital Competition that was organised as a build-up activity of the World Environment Day. The competitors submitted their entries to NEMA in 4 categories: photography, videography, fine art and special category. Hundreds of applications were received by NEMA and 22 won different awards.

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Tumiso Mathenge the winner one of the winners of the digital arts competition receives her trophy and cash award from NETFUND Ag. CEO Samson Toniok during the WDCD . Left is Tumiso’s father renown musician Nameless.

NETFUND Ag. CEO Samson Toniok issued out cash awards to the winners amounting to KES 500,000 during the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Makueni County.

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