Tatu City’s pillars of corporate social responsibility are Conservation, Community, Health and Education.
Tatu City respects the local population, and throughout the development they will have access to the area and continue their use of communal assets like water from dams. Over time, the communities around Tatu City will have priority access to jobs and skills training. Tatu City will create tens of thousands of jobs for Kenyans during the project lifetime.
Tatu City has an approved Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) plan which demonstrates its commitment to positive outcomes for the environment. As part of the regulation, Tatu City will maintain over 30% of the land dedicated to green and open space.
Tatu City’s tree nursery was established to grow thousands of indigenous trees, shrubs and flowers that will be used for landscaping within the Tatu City development.
Tatu City is proud to support the Tatu Primary School, through building repairs, books and meals. Tatu City has also partnered with the Shamas Rugby Foundation (SRF) to set up a youth rugby clinic at Tatu Primary School. SRF will conduct three training sessions per week in the school, either during P.E. lessons or after school and will engage a team of four coaches per session training up to 120 boys and girls.
As part of its long-term commitment to improve and develop sports by nurturing talent at the grassroots level, Tatu City has partnered with the Foundation for Youth Cricket and Education in Kenya (FYCEK) to set up a cricket hub at Tatu Primary School, a state-funded school adjacent to Tatu City.
Please browse the photo galleries below for more information on our CSR projects.
Over 2,000 indigenous trees are growing in Tatu City’s nursery, ready to be planted across the development.
Health & Wellbeing
Tatu City supports a neighbouring orphanage and women’s centre through contributions to health and wellbeing programmes.