Resilient community conservancies. Transforming lives. Securing peace. Conserving natural resources
480,000 people. 15 ethnic groups.
2015 State of Conservancies Report
53% decline in poaching from 2012 - 2015
44,000 square kilometres
2 million hectares in the rangeland management programme
92% of households now feel wildlife is part of their future
Over 1,000 women now economically empowered
USD 1m in livestock purchases, benefitting 2,000 households
Population of critically endangered hirola doubled in 3 years
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This month's feature
As oceans empty, Kenya fishermen must adapt or disappear - Find out how the coastal communities are working with The Nature Conservancy and NRT to build a sustainable future for Lamu. Find more great NRT videos and podcasts here.
What happens when you get together 70 women from around the world who are fighting crime and disrupting cycles of conflict? NRT peace coordinator Josphine Ekiru was nominated to attend the Women Leaders Promoting Peace conference in the USA - and reflects on an inspirational experience.
When an abandoned hippo calf was reported in a mud pool in Awer Conservancy, NRT partnered with the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, the Kenya Wildlife Service, Andrew Francombe of Kenya Choppers and the Lamu County Government to coordinate a rescue effort. Watch the rescue vid here!