We partner with communities living with wildlife to ensure they have the information and tools to continue to coexist with wildlife in a changing world. We assist communities in developing trainings, workshops, funding, and information exchanges related to ecotourism, nature-based products, crafts, rangeland and wildlife management, cultural heritage and environmental education.

Game Scouts

Since their inception in 1997, the Game Scouts have gained momentum around the country in areas where communities have conservancies and want to increase protection for wildlife, tourists or livestock. Community scouts have an advantage over…


Women's Enterprise

Increasing women’s economic opportunities is imperative to building sustainable conservation practices and more equitable societies. Our programs empower women to develop conservation-related enterprises so that they can more actively contribute…



Ecotourism is responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and sustains the well-being of the local people through low impact tourism experiences. ACC was among the pioneer conservation bodies to support eco-tourism set-ups…


Cattleman's Program

ACC and the South Rift Association of Land Owners (SORALO) recognize that the first and foremost economic and cultural activity of the pastoral communities living in the rangelands is livestock rearing. Based at Mailwa, the Cattleman’s Program looks to improve…


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