FUNDING PARTNERS


As an organization that focuses on collaboration to accomplish our mission, ACC relies on our valued partners. We are grateful to the foundations, organizations, and governmental institutions below for working with us to deliver lasting impacts for biodiversity conservation.

Funding Partners

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THE ROYAL STATE OF THE NETHERLANDS

Through its Royal Embassy in Kenya, The Royal State of Netherlands funds the following programs:

— A Five year Landscape Conservation Program (LCP) to strengthen ACC’s institutional and technical capacities to work with communities living in key biodiversity areas of Kenya— Sustainable Landscape & Livelihood Program

— Kenya-Tanzania Borderland Conservation Initiative Program
— Kenya Biodiversity Atlas Project


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Ford Foundation

THE LIZ CLAIBORNE ART ORTENBERG FOUNDATION

The Liza Claiborne Art Ortenberg Foundation funds conservation research focused on elephant and lion hotspots/migratory corridors along Kenya-Tanzania border. This research helps reduce human-wildlife conflict.


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Ford Foundation

THE FORD FOUNDATION

Since 1999, the Ford Foundation has facilitated conservation projects in land, wildlife, and livestock throughout the whole of East Africa. They are also funding a 2-year Community Capacity Building Program that will help communities benefit more from ecotourism ventures.


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THE EUROPEAN UNION

The EU has funded the project that set up community conservation enterprises and built community capacities

in ecotourism mainly in the Magadi area.


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JRS Biodiversity

THE JRS BIODIVERSITY FOUNDATION

The JRS Foundation is supporting the development of modeling and bioinformatics tools for ACC programs. The foundation is also supporting ACC’s climate change initiatives.


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US Fish and Wildlife Service

US FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE


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USAID

USAID

USAID has helped to establish a community of natural resource-based management initiatives as well as support the assessment and visualization of climate change impact on biodiversity and livelihoods


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Ford Foundation

THE CHRISTENSEN FUND

The Christensen Fund has supported past programs of ACC.


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United Nations Development Programme

THE UNITED NATIONS

The United Nations Development Programme has supported past programs of ACC.


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