Resilient community conservancies. Transforming lives. Securing peace. Conserving natural resources
480,000 people. 15 ethnic groups.
44,000 square kilometres
53% decline in poaching from 2012 - 2015
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 347,000 of conservancy revenue allocated to community projects
USD 1 million in livestock purchases, benefitting over 2,000 households
Population of critically endangered hirola doubled in 3 years
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This month's feature
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.