Today the village is home to a wide range of client-based activities include guided wildlife tours in the Maasai Mara national reserve,medicinal plant and bush walks, cultural tours, jewellery making, honey production, cultural songs and dances, homestays and warrior training.

Today, the community is nurturing and planting out hundreds of the most important indigenous medicinal trees and plants, to provide traditional medicines and help combat climate change. The activity is being supported by the Laibon, Ewangan Maasai Village, Sekenani Envirotech Centre and Sekenani Primary School Medicinal Tree Nursery and Narok County Government.

We are trying to improve the health and well-being of the local community with a special focus on young people. Everyday families struggle for food and medicines. So we are setting out to create meaningful sustainable jobs and facilities. This means well resourced schools, good nutritious meals in all the manyattas so that no child is undernourished and affordable health care.