We build early learning eco-friendly children's villages and big, bright futures

eco-friendly structures


fws build and operate with minimal impact on the environment while promoting positive environmental practices in the local community.

While Kesho Leo kids learn eco-friendly practices simply by being a part of the Kesho Leo environment, these practices are enforced through trash and recycling awareness classes and trash pickup days, which we hope will help foster an environmentally conscious mind at an early age.

Kesho Leo has been built to ensure it meets the international eco-design and construction standards set by Green Globe, the global benchmarking, certification and improvement system for sustainable travel and tourism (endorsed by 182 heads of state at the United Nations Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit in 1992).

In the design of our children's villages, we follow Green Globe's eco-tourism guidelines with regard to waste minimisation, reuse and recycling; energy efficiency; water conservation; treatment of waste-water and effluent; biodiversity conservation (protecting and managing local ecosystems); air quality protection; lighting (including the requirements for a "dark sky" policy) and noise minimisation (including the requirements of a "natural quiet" policy).

To learn more about our eco-friendly practices check out our

or contact our Environmental Advisor, Robert Cork (aka Corky).