NRT's anti-poaching unit, known as '9-1' spend up to 26 days a month in the field. They are first on the scene when incidents of poaching, road banditry or stock theft occur. They are wildlife guardians, peace-keepers, and conservationists all rolled into one. Find more great NRT videos and podcasts here
Saruni, the portfolio of luxury properties in Kenya, has partnered with Sera Community Conservancy to launch the first ever opportunity in east Africa for tourists to track black rhinos on foot. Opening in February 2017, 'Saruni Rhino' combines elegant but simple accommodation in open stone cottages, with a unique opportunity for guests to get close to wild black rhino with an experienced community guide.
On Friday 23rd September, the community in Kalama celebrated economic empowerment, education, and conservation. Warriors, women and children each had their own reason to party; and they did it in true Samburu style.
NRT's Chief Programmes Officer Tom Lalampaa has been awarded the Stanford University's Bright Award. Tom becomes the first African to accept the prestigious international prize that recognises environmental pioneers. His work focuses on ending conflict between rival communities by illustrating the prosperity that comes with peace, which ultimately paves the road for sustainable land management and wildlife conservation in northern Kenya.