On a sunny Saturday morning in March, hundreds of local residents, volunteers and school children joined WildlifeDirect, Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and other non-governmental organizations in a cleanup exercise to rid the beaches along Malindi of plastic wastes.
First Lady meets team from WildlifeDirecttrish2019-05-02T11:12:51+00:00
In December, the First Lady of Kenya, H. E. Margaret Kenyatta convened a meeting with conservationists in Kenya discuss ways to work together to protect Kenya’s wildlife.
Wildlife Warriors kick off across the countrytrish2019-04-06T09:40:54+00:00
Our Education and Outreach team kicked off across the country to distribute Wildlife Warriors resource materials to 33 schools participating in the Wildlife Warriors program. Wildlife Warriors is an education program that introduces Kenyan children to endangered wildlife through a nationwide program targeting public primary schools.
Nurturing Wildlife Warriorstrish2018-08-10T14:53:23+00:00
WildlifeDirect has launched an education program that introduces Kenyan children to endangered wildlife through a nationwide program targeting public primary schools. Wildlife Warriors Program leverages on Safaricom 2018 calendar, use of companion activity books, learning materials and field trips to engage students on wildlife.