Mangrove forests are considered to provide essential functions and services to coastal zones, biodiversity and human populations in Kenya. Natural resource management trends in the world are moving away from the predominantly earlier practiced protective ‘plan and control’ management approach to more collaborative and participatory management approaches. Kenya has adopted a Participatory Forest Management (PFM) approach to forest management allowing co-management of forest resources amongst Kenya Forest Service (custodian to Kenya forest) the community and partnering organizations and institutions. The change to forest management approach is driven by the need to promote sustainable use and management of forests in Kenya. The high demand for forest resource products and services because of increase in human population, and the ever-changing environmental conditions have rendered the present use and management of mangrove forests as a resource unsustainable. It is for this reason that Jomvu Mangrove Rehabilitation in Mombasa, Kenya is formulated. We are intending to plant 44,000 mangrove trees to reclaim the destroyed mangroves and stop the soil erosion and protect the marine ecosystem.