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
Three prototypes have been chosen by the PandaLabs selection committee, following the Launch of WWF – Kenya decentralised innovation accelerator, supporting innovative, new tech and commercial based solutions to the Sustainable Development Goals. The innovators will take part in an acceleration program where they will be offered technical support and seed funding to improve their concepts.
Ukwenza VR are looking to promote edu-tourism by creating interactive Virtual Reality content that school-going children and young adults can use to learn about conservation(Team Members: Njeri Ndonga, Christine Nyambura)
Ndovu Care (Human Elephant Conflict mitigation);
Ndovu Care founded by a team of high school students from Taita Taveta, contains a motion mover detector, a siren and a LED light powered by solar sensor generates mobile alerts and alarms to Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) rangers and villagers, thus ensuring real time response before elephants cause havoc in a particular area. (Team Members; Ezra Abuga, Sandra Marianne, Joyce Mtoto, Nany Mburu and Macrinah Antonia).
Nairobi Green (waste management and disposal):
Nairobi Green Movement is a simple, low cost initiative aimed at modifying the Behavior of everyday consumers and corporations towards improved waste management and disposal through behavior change communication and public awareness campaigns. (Team members: Shabaya Deche, Mariam Bishar, Mumbi Ndung’u, Mugambi Muhavi, Wandia Kimani, Dyna Kagendo)