Team Sayari Premieres Across Africa on 24 September 2022

2022-10-12T14:26:15+00:00

Following the recent announcement of title of the series, The Walt Disney Company Africa, together with its project partners, National Geographic, the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and WildlifeDirect have today revealed that the highly anticipated National Geographic Kids programme, Team Sayari, will air each Saturday on National Geographic Wild (DStv 182, Starsat 221) at 13:00 (CAT) from 24 September 2022.

WildlifeDirect and KBC Wildlife Warriors TV Series Partnership

2021-08-09T10:21:40+00:00

WildlifeDirect is thrilled to announce a partnership with Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC), the national broadcaster, to air Season One of the Wildlife Warriors TV Series. This partnership will allow viewers from all corners of the country to have access to the show that provides an African perspective on conservation through the stories of Africa’s own conservation heroes, front line soldiers, and cutting edge scientists.

WildlifeDirect launches a new comprehensive report on Kenya’s legal response to wildlife, forest and fisheries crimes

2021-06-04T07:02:19+00:00

WildlifeDirect is pleased to release the fourth report on the outcomes of wildlife, forest, and fisheries crime cases in Kenya. This report presents data collected from 4,142 cases. We have been monitoring wildlife crime cases in Kenyan courts since 2013 as a response to the crisis of poaching of elephants and other endangered wildlife.

DRAMATIC WILDLIFE WINNERS – NATURE’S TREASURES PHOTO COMPETITION 

2020-12-22T23:30:49+00:00

The final theme in Season Two of the Wildlife Warriors Nature’s Treasures Photo Competition DRAMATIC WILDLIFE received 154 images from 57 different photographers in Kenya and Uganda. We take this opportunity to say a big thank you to all photographers who shared with us their photos in each category and theme over the past 12 weeks.

Cultivating Wildlife Warriors

2020-03-02T06:39:48+00:00

Historically, most African wildlife films have been produced by Westerners for Western audiences. Paula Kahumbu, a Kenyan wildlife conservationist, is working to change that. She is the CEO of the nonprofit WildlifeDirect, which produces a documentary series featuring African storytellers such as herself telling the stories of African conservation heroes.