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Mambo Heritage

Mambo Heritage is measuring its 4 pillars of resilience, connectivity, solidarity and sustainability against the regenerative human process as a condition. The global and localized status quo around sustainability is without a collective adoption, this is mainly due to the inadequacy of equity around the market society versus the market economy. 


We are embarking on a land regeneration project in the Tana and Athi River Basins of Kenya. The Basins have exceptional resource value including, but not limited to water, arable land, forests, wildlife, and minerals. This presents an excellent opportunity for socio-economic development and ecosystem restoration.


“A regenerative human culture is healthy, resilient and adaptable; it cares for the planet and it cares for life in the awareness that this is the most effective way to create a thriving future for all of humanity. The concept of resilience is closely related to health, as it describes the ability to recover basic vital functions and bounce back from any kind of temporary breakdown or crisis. When we aim for sustainability from a systemic perspective, we are trying to sustain the pattern that connects and strengthens the whole system. Sustainability is first and foremost about systemic health and resilience at different scales, from local, to regional and global.” Daniel Christian Wahl