The opportunity for securing wildlife and the migratory corridors is narrowing and now more than ever we need your help. This campaign will help raise public awareness about the importance of these critical migratory paths, encourage public action and set the foundation for talks on the gazettement of wildlife corridors. Give a gift today and help change the future of wildlife for the better.
We are deeply saddened by the tragic news about the death of Simion Rono who was killed by a lion while walking home. Please stand in solidarity with Sharon, Simion's widow, by sending your donations to: PAYBILL NO. 600100 A/C NO. 0100003937598.
African governments urged to review current country laws governing the management of wildlife and recognize community rights over the ownership, management and use of resources.
As the first quarter of 2018 comes to a close we reflect on the highs and the lows for conservation. Poaching is down and our court monitoring work reveals greater number of convictions and jail sentencing. Our TV series NTV Wild Talk is still going strong and millions of Kenyans watch it weekly.
Today is International Women’s Day. We can’t keep complaining about how men treat us when we don’t treat each other fairly, with compassion and empathy. Let’s do something to make it mean something. I’ve been working on Human Elephant Conflict for several years now. in my research I have spoken to irate farmers, and I understand a lot about what they are experiencing.