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Kenya’s National Wildlife Strategy 2030

The National Wildlife Strategy 2030 was launched on Tuesday evening 12th June 2018 by the Deputy President. There was great attendance from both the tourism and wildlife sector and both the U.S. Ambassador Robert F. Godec (outgoing) and High Commissioner Nick Hailey were in attendance, as was John E. Scanlon the former Secretary General of […]

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News From the Field — Summer 2018

Amboseli National Park, Kenya; Photo by Harshil Gudka News From the Field SUMMER 2018 Greetings from ACC & ACC-US! Kenya has finally made it through the long-rainy season which began in March. The much needed rains have nourished the land, bringing water for people, vegetation, wildlife and livestock. After a sustained drought, we are grateful […]

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Call for Proposals! Greater Kilimanjaro Initiative for Enhancing Community Participation in Trans Frontier Conservation

African Conservation Centre has begun to implement an EU funded initiative called “Greater Kilimanjaro Initiative for Enhancing Community Participation in Trans Frontier Conservation”. In partnership with the lead applicant, Oikos East Africa, ACC invites proposals for the following consultancy services: Interventions to Map and Protect the Illiangarunyori/Maparasha Corridor in with the South Rift Landscape. This […]

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Conservation & Livelihoods in Kenya’s South Rift

African Conservation Centre’s (ACC) mission is to conserve biodiversity in East Africa and beyond through the collaborative application of scientific and indigenous knowledge, improved livelihoods and good governance through development of local institutions. Our work is focused primarily in four areas: the landscapes of Amboseli, Maasai Mara, Mukogodo/Laikipia and South Rift/Magadi. These areas span the […]

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SORALO Hires a New Administrator & 16 More Game Scouts in South Rift

SORALO conducted an in-house recruitment and extended training of 16 new game scouts from across the SORALO landscapes. The training took place in Olorgeseilie, in the heart of the South Rift. Since then, these scouts have been deployed across the landscape from Mailua (Amboseli) to the Loitas (Mara). Radio bases have been established in these […]

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