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Conserving Biodiversity,
Culture & Community

OUR WORK

Biodiversity in Kenya and eastern Africa is under threat from unsustainable land-use practices, weakened community land governance, and growing pressures on natural resources. The African Conservation Centre (ACC) is on a mission to change that. For over 25 years, we've served as a Kenyan hub that advances collaborative conservation to sustain biodiversity, culture, and community.

FOCUS AREAS

As a widely recognized leader in community-based conservation, we champion proven approaches based on community interests and capacity, local leadership, and sound ecological science.

ACC - Development Corridors Partnership Infrastructure Survey

Science & Indigenous Knowledge

We contribute to the conservation and management of biodiversity and sustainable use of natural resources through science and indigenous knowledge to inform policy and conservation practice, support evidence-based decision-making and increase awareness amongst stakeholders.

ACC Women's Enterprises

Communities & Conservation

We support community conservation that empowers and benefits local communities, building local capacity and creating grassroots models of effective, locally-led conservation.

Lucy Waruingi, DCP Kenya Country Principal Investigator and ACC Executive Director

Policy & Practice

We influence policy and practice to promote inter-sectoral coordination, sustainable natural resource management, effective implementation and sound governance, including community empowerment and benefits from wildlife and other natural resources.

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Learning Hubs & Networks

We've played a key role in establishing several impactful grassroots organizations and resource centres in Kenya, as well as the Ecotourism Society of Kenya (ESOK), now known as Ecotourism Kenya. We've also been involved in creating land-use plans and management bodies for some of Kenya's first conservancies in Kenya.

Our Impact

Formally established in 1995, ACC has a unique track record as a conservation thought-and-practice leader. Today, we offer an East African Conservation Hub for cutting edge ecological research and community-based practices, connecting the people and resources needed for long-term solutions.

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Grassroot organizations & centres we've helped to establish: Hubs for research collaboration, ecosystem management & livelihood development

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Children taught and 100 school teachers trained in conservation leadership through our Conservation Education Programme since its inception in 2019

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Women trained in conservation-based livelihoods including a dairy cooperative, beadwork, and honey & aloe production, supplementing their household incomes

2k+

 

Amboseli acres restored with partners through reseeding, water bunds, and fenced exclosures - providing food for wildlife and domestic herds

ACC Post COVID-19: What We've Learned & How We're Building Back Better

Executive Director, Lucy Waruingi, reflects on ACC’s adaptation during the global pandemic and lays out a plan for resiliency with your support.

OUR PARTNERS

Our expertise lies in creating new platforms and initiatives that bring different stakeholders—including civil society, researchers, government policy-makers, and local communities—together around common aims. We are proud to collaborate with extraordinary funding partners—past and current, sampled below.

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