Students have demonstrated good mathematics skills towards collecting data from the sample areas and they have well used triangulation method to correct the errors that they observed hence some areas are not in an equal length so they have to make sure they obtain real data for ensuring they have critical information about the area.

From this activity is showing how Wazo Hill Quarry Site can be used by schools as a learning class as observed by the project team and at the end the youth activities can be utilized by Twiga Cement and partners to ensure that community are well connected to quarries and learn about biodiversity.