Our new website has launched
Welcome to the new Lengishu website. We have really enjoyed creating this platform for you to learn more about who we are and what we can offer you to ensure you have the best possible stay with us. We have new imagery, fresh content and a completely new structure which will hopefully make it easier for you to gather the information you need.
This Journal will be updated monthly with news from our home at Lengishu as well as updates from Borana Conservancy and our friends.
Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram and Facebook too as we share our journey with you.
Thank you for visiting and we hope to see you at Lengishu soon.
The Lengishu Team
Supporting the community is hugely important to Lengishu owners Joe and Minnie MacHale. They believe that it’s essential to raise the value of conservation through employment, and the opportunities to use the land for enterprise, development and commerce. Borana Conservancy operates a mobile health clinic and supports a substantial number of nearby schools. Lengishu is currently funding a sanitary pad programme at the nearby Lokuseru school, which has the highest number of female students in the Borana Education Support Programme. This project ensures that all girls who attend the school can do so year-round so as not to disrupt any of their studies.
We're loving this NEW podcast on sustainability from our friends Juliet Kinsman and Simon London
NEW PODCAST: Funny Old World
We are always looking for people to triumph when it comes to sustainability and tackling the climate emergency. Our long standing partnership with The Long Run means we are constantly looking to better ourselves as a business so we love to share news when others do the same.
A few months ago, our friends at Weeva worked with Sustainability Editor Juliet Kinsman and former journalist Simon London to produce an entertaining, easy-listening podcast about all things eco.
“Our mission is to engage people with the WHY it matters and the how and what to do when it comes to sustainability and tackling the climate emergency — but in simple terms, with a little laughter along the way.” Juliet Kinsman, sustainability editor, consultant, broadcaster.
In each episode, Juliet and Simon discuss serious topical sustainability stories and cultural affairs, and chat with thought-provoking experts. And let’s face it, everyone’s feeling a little sustainability fatigue, and while we also need to know the facts, goodness knows we also need a little joy in our eco-anxiety-riddled lives.
It’s a great listen – wherever you are on your sustainability journey, you’re sure to take away some helpful nuggets of info on a broad range of topics, from electric cars to media misinformation. Here, we catch up with Juliet and Simon to find out more.
Find out more and listen to Funny Old World HERE.