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RFP: Black Rhino Research Fellowship with The Grumeti Fund

Black Rhino Research Fellowship — RFP The Eastern black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis michaeli) is a critically endangered subspecies restricted to Tanzania, Kenya, and Rwanda. Prior to extensive poaching between 1977-1978, the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem was estimated to contain between four to five hundred individuals, of which more than 70% were estimated to reside in Serengeti National Park […]

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Kenya Vision 2030: Report on Wildlife Migratory Corridors & Dispersal Areas

  • 23rd May 201923/05/19
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Kenya Vision 2030: Report on Wildlife Migratory Corridors & Dispersal Areas Kenya Rangelands & Coastal Terrestrial Ecosystems ACC contributed data to this comprehensive report on wildlife dispersal areas and migratory corridors in Kenya’s rangeland and coastal terrestrial ecosystems. It identifies and maps wildlife habitat connectivity and associated conservation issues and concerns. It also recommends strategies […]

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News From the Field — April 2019

APRIL 2019 Partnerships for a Sustainable Future Dear Friends of ACC & ACC-US African Conservation Centre (ACC) approaches conservation from many angles and with many partners—from helping to bring together diverse groups of people to find sustainable solutions to Kenya’s changing landscape, to engaging children in learning about their environment and interpreting it in new […]

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Seeking Education Outreach Officer for EU-ACC Connekt Project

  • 17th April 201917/04/19
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ADVERT: Education Outreach Officer The African Conservation Centre (ACC) in Kenya aims 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. ACC is in partnership with Oikos EA in Tanzania for a trans-border project entitled CONNEKT Greater […]

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Kenya’s Wildlife: A Success Story Still in the Making?

  • 8th April 20198/04/19
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On February 21, 2019 African Conservation Centre (ACC) founder and Chairman, Dr. David Western, gave a public lecture at the National Museums of Kenya. His lecture, titled “Kenya’s Wildlife: A Success Story Still in the Making?” focused on the journey of conservation in Kenya.

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News From the Field — Fall 2018

  • 7th November 20187/11/18
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News From the Field FALL 2018 Dear Friends of ACC & ACC-US For more than 25 years, ACC has worked directly with communities – learning from them and sharing with them to conserve biodiversity. We believe local people are the most important stewards of the wildlife, land, water and their own livelihoods. Living with wildlife […]

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From Africa to Montana, Western works to keep wildlife and people together

  • 2nd November 20182/11/18
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David Western has spent 40 years negotiating ways that livestock owners, tourism businesses and national park managers can co-exist and resolve wildlife issues. “If elephants used as much energy as we humans do, they would have de-vegetated the planet,” Western said during a visit to Missoula from Kenya. Article by Bob Chaney | Photo by […]

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Kenya’s National Wildlife Strategy 2030

  • 10th July 201810/07/18
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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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Call for Proposals: Consultancy to Train Maasai Women on Milk Production, Handling & Marketing as Part of a Cooperative Group.

  • 9th July 20189/07/18
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African Conservation Centre invites proposals to train Maasai women on milk production, handling and marketing as part of a Cooperative group, working to improve the milk value chain. Background The mission of African Conservation Centre (ACC) is to conserve biodiversity in East Africa and beyond through the collaborative application of scientific and indigenous knowledge, improved […]

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News From the Field — Summer 2018

  • 8th July 20188/07/18
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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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