Eco Education provides experiences that expose the students to environmental conservation, animal ecology, and the natural beauty of Kenya.  The students take field trips to such places as the Giraffe Center, the Mamba Village, David Sheldrick’s Wildlife Orphanage Shelter Trustee, and the Nairobi Animal Orphanage. 


In 2018, G-thamini teamed up with the organization Wildlife Direct in Nairobi. In January, the students were involved in photographing the endangered Grevy’s zebra and threatened reticulated giraffe at the Great Grevy Rally 2018. Then in March of 2018, 260 students were brought together for the screening of “Mabingwa” at the Brook House School.  This movie and event  focused on shaping the attitudes young Kenyans hold towards the environment.