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Fishing boats in Faza, Lamu.
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STORIES FROM AROUND KENYA

WWF-Kenya carries out many conservation activities from species conservation to climate change awareness campaigns. Here are some of the latest stories from our projects around the country:


EARTH HOUR KENYA 2016.

Thanks for shining a light on climate action. We couldn’t have done it without you and your support for our planet. 

The 10th year of Earth Hour saw a record 178 countries getting involved with more than 6 000 cities joining in, attracting support from millions of people around the world.

By adding your voice to the call to action, you’ve helped us send a strong message that we all have a part to play in mitigating the effect of climate change.

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LAUNCH OF OLOISUKUT CONSERVANCY IN TRANSMARA, NAROK COUNTY.

A conservancy is an area set aside by either private landowner or community members for purposes of wildlife conservation and related eco-enterprises.

Oloisukut Conservancy is a wholly owned and managed 23,000 acre community conservancy in the Mara landscape in Trans Mara sub County Narok. The conservancy comprises individually owned and registered parcels of Land within the former Larger Kimintet Group Ranch. The Conservancy was formed in 2006 but started operations in 2010 upon registration as self-help conservation initiative by the Department of Social Services and later registered by the Registrar of Societies.

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SAVING THE SENTINEL OF THE SEA.

A lot can be learned about the condition of the marine environment by looking at sea turtles. They have existed successfully for over 100 million years, and they travel throughout the world's oceans and harness the ocean’s entire ecosystem from the beaches to ocean basins.

At the moment sea turtles are struggling to survive.

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BLOGS

Latest Blogs
Traditional Knowledge Safeguarding the Future of Kenya's Threatened Forests. 
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Wildlife, water and the climate: Understanding well-being in Kenya.
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Rapid response to help mangroves in Lamu seascape.
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Combating marine poaching.
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Helping people to save money in Lamu. Read More


 

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