“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” (Nelson Mandela). We know this because we have seen it from our very own education sponsorship programme.
CWCT Olderkesi Conservancy
Your safaris are helping to support Cottars Wildlife Conservation Trust (CWCT) in its work to make wildlife the most valuable and productive land use option for the Olderkesi community on the south-eastern boundary of the Maasai Mara.
Big Life Chyulu Rhino Project
There are only 8 Eastern black rhinoceros left in the Chyulu Hills National Park. Big Life Foundation and the Kenya Wildlife Service are protecting this critically endangered population, but with help, this population can grow.
Northern Rangelands Trust
We are partnered with the Northern Rangelands Trust to invest in local communities that are the custodians of northern Kenya’s wildlife. Currently, we are raising money for the Laresoro community health clinic.
Mount Kenya Trust
Mount Kenya Trust is working to protect and conserve the forest, water, people and wildlife around Africa’s second-highest mountain. From ranger response teams and creating elephant corridors to community reforesting projects, MKT is really making a big difference.
With help, we founded the KPSGA in 1996. Now thousands of Safari guides have taken the Kenya Professional Safari Guide examinations, which act as industry standards and provide the possibility of career advancement for safari guides in Kenya. We are now sponsoring the new free online courses for KPSGA Safari Guides during COVID-19.
Friends of Arabuko-Sokoke Forest
The Arabuko-Sokoke coastal forest is home to a number of endemic and endangered species, including the golden rumped sengei. With help, Friends of Arabuko-Sokoke Forest is working tirelessly to protect this ecosystem which is under threat.
Lamu Marine Conservation Trust
Thanks to Lamu Marine Conservation Trust, the Lamu community is committed to protecting their gorgeous marine ecosystem and the critically endangered sea turtles that nest on their beaches.
Safari Doctors is a Community Based Organisation based in Lamu. Its mission is to provide innovative, community-driven healthcare solutions that promote well-being for marginalized communities in Lamu County.
Reteti Elephant Sanctuary
Reteti is the first community owned and operated elephant sanctuary in Kenya. Its mission is to rescue and release orphaned and abandoned elephant calves, whilst creating much-needed benefits for the local people that live alongside them.
SOME PAST PROJECTS
A huge thank you to everyone who was involved with the following projects and with any other projects in the past
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