By investing in and supporting the Northern Rangelands Trust and its members, our partners are helping to secure conservation and sustainable development in northern Kenya. Placing their trust in NRT and the communities of northern Kenya, they have confidence that they will make a difference to the future of wildlife and people’s livelihoods. We are fortunate to have many partners that bring continuity and credibility to the role of the Trust. NRT currently has many opportunities for investment, which range from supporting a community conservancy’s annual operating budget to business ventures in tourism. For more information on supporting NRT’s projects, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
USAID - is one of NRT’s principal donors. They fund core operations, infrastructure and capacity building in conservancies.
The Nature Conservancy - support core operations including anti-poaching initiatives, and also provides NRT with substantial technical assistance.
DANIDA - funds the rangelands management programme as part of their climate resilience financing. This includes innovative planned grazing and rangeland rehabilitation. DANIDA also contributes to the core operations fund.
AFD - funds the strengthening of the new Marsabit conservancies of Songa, Shurra and Jaldesa through their FFEM programme. They fund core operations, infrastructure and capital costs
Long Term Donors:
Our long term donors have provided support to the NRT pooled conservancy fund, specific NRT conservancies or programmes for over 5 years.
Tusk Trust | Zoos Victoria | UKAID | Fauna & Flora International | Zoos South Australia | US Fish & Wildlife Service |
San Diego Zoo | Taronga Zoo | Oklahoma City Zoo | Saint Louis Zoo | International Elephant Foundation |
Other partners; foundations and NGOs