In February 2010 a fence around the approximately 6000 trees was constructed. This was because they have experienced a lot of problems with buffaloes who scratch their horns against the trees and thereby destroying them. In addition the seedlings were destroyed, so it was difficult to raise new trees. The fence will not stop elephants, though, but the type of tree planted is not liked by elephants, and earlier the elephants have only come once or twice a year, and for those occasions the fence can be repaired again.
With funding from Lions Club Slemdal, Oslo, Norway two new tap stands were constructed and connected to the existing water supply scheme in Kazinga. The taps are located at the local health centre and the primary school and are intended to improve the access to safe water in the village. For the extension to be possible, the platform for the storage tanks had to be raised by 50 cm in order to provide enough pressure.