The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
The Kenya Rift Lakes (KRL) region is one of the 35 globally outstanding priority places identified by WWF.
The Mau Mara Serengeti landscape measures (44,000 km2). The core of the Landscape is the Mara River Basin (13,750 km2) that stretches from the upstream Mau Forests complex, downstream to Musoma bay in Tanzania, where the Mara River enters Lake Victoria.
The Mau forest complex is the largest remaining indigenous montane forest in East Africa and Kenya’s largest ‘water tower’ supplying the Mara River; the only reliable source of surface water in the Mara-Serengeti ecosystem and a lifeline to the Eighth Wonder of the World (Great Wildebeest Migration).
This area is also a gem trove of charismatic WWF flagship species including the African elephant and the Eastern Black Rhinoceros that calls it home.
The Lake Naivasha Malewa and Aberdares landscape basin host Lake Naivasha, the second largest freshwater lake in Kenya.
The region is characterize by a mosaic of diverse habitats supporting remarkable numbers of various components of biodiversity including the two WWF’s flagships (African elephants & black Rhino), several endemic flora and fauna.