About Mlango Farm

Mlango Farm was started in 2007 on the Mundia family land in Ngecha by Els Breet and her late husband, Kamande Njenga (1960-2023). Kamande’s broad business experience, sense of hospitality, his knowledge of Kenya and its people together with Els’ work experience in international diplomatic, environmental and educational institutions proved a good base to start a farm together. Over the years a neglected farmland was turned into a heaven on earth, a beautiful organic farm with over 50 different types of crops growing, providing a livelihood for people from the Ngecha community. The passion and love for the project can be seen and felt when guests are visiting the family home at Mlango Farm.

Mlango Farm is trading under the registered company Ngecha Organics Limited. Bank account: Equity Bank – Limuru, 0690284861888
Mpesa Till number: 4081376

Click here for the Strategic plan 2024-2026 for Mlango Farm

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Many visitors love to spend some time at Mlango Farm, take a guided tour on the farm, enjoy the green environment, learn about farm life and harvest their own vegetables. Children enjoy feeding and petting the animals. Our (mostly vegetarian) lunch is another highlight of the day!

Mlango Farm grows in a sustainable way, and we talk a lot about sustainability, following the rule of the 5 R’s: we Refuse, Reduce, Recycle, Re-use, and Rot our resources as much as we can. We make and collect Ecobricks (building blocks made of plastic waste) to reduce the amount of plastic waste in our environment. Soon we will build a cottage made of ecobricks and cob. We will be happy to tell you more about it!

Mlango Farm supports the Mlango Farm Foundation, an organization that offers school visits and educational programs on the farm.

Sometimes we are fully booked or not at home to welcome you, so please make sure to book an appointment before coming to the farm.

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