The journey to Eor Ewuaso village in Kenya’s Narok county is a challenge: sharp bends, corrugated roads and a scorching sun define this remote part of the country.

Here, near the indigenous Mau forest, you’ll find the Paran centre. For almost 20 years, the group has brought together women from three local communities — Maasai, Kalenjin and Ogiek — to eradicate illegal logging and charcoal burning...

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