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A waterfall along the Mara river at its source in the Mau Forest near Bomet in Narok, Kenya. The Mau Forest has increasingly been threatened in recent years due to deforestation and unrestricted use.

Championing for Good Forest-Water Stewardship

Kenya has been losing an average of 255,000 trees daily. In the Mara River Basin this has negatively affected the rich biodiversity, livelihoods and ...

20 Sep 2018 Read more »
Rangers carrying out Pace stick drills at KGS Playground

Upping their Game

WWF-Kenya Wildlife programme has been supporting the Maasai Mara conservancies’ management through scout training in order to build capacity of the ...

06 Sep 2018 Read more »
Local Stakeholders Consultation (LSC) meeting at Kaimbaga- Captain Chief's Camp (middle Malewa WRUA)

The Race Towards 10% Forest Cover in Kenya is on

The target is 1,000 hectares by 1,000 farmers in 3 years. 3 months into the project, more than 200 hectares have been planted and 150 farmers engaged.

06 Sep 2018 Read more »
Pole and Line fishing for skip jack tuna

Fisherfolk in Lamu to reap more from sustainable tuna fishing

Fisherfolk in the Lamu archipelago are set to benefit from small-scale tuna fishing following proposed interventions by WWF-Kenya in partnership with ...

06 Sep 2018 Read more »