Kenya is the third flowers’ exporting country of the world. From 2006 and on, associations, farmers committees and workers are carrying out campaigns and protest rallies to denounce the numerous rights violations committed by floriculture companies operating in Kenya. Near Lake Naivasha around 50,000 people work in floriculture and multinational companies are accused of violations of trade union rights, exploitation, lack of safety measures and damaging the health of local communities. Over 60% of the labor force are women, who have to leave their children under the care of old women. This precarious situation has led to an increase of sexual abuses on children. The more than 30 flower farms in the Lake Naivasha region have lowered the lake 10 feet more than what is healthy and since 2013 the Lake suffers strong droughts during the dry season. Moreover the companies own all the land surrounding the lake, restricting access to pastoralists such as the Masai and other users. Other traditional economic activities are under threat as well, such as fishing because of the increase of invasive fish species and the decrease of other fish stocks. The Naivasha Lake used to be renowned as a special bridwatching location, while today the overuse of pesticides and fertilizers by the floriculture compromise the Lake’s biodiversity.