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Wetlands Conservation Organisation: Planet One

By Connor Walsh / 7th June 2023

About Name of organisation Wetlands Conservation Organisation Funding support Greenpeace Africa Number of staff 4 Number of visitors per year 1000 Overall aims of the centre To promote the community to protect and safeguard wetlands to tackle climate change as a crisis, biodiversity loss and water scarcity in Kenya. Description of the centre Our Center…

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Wildlife Clubs of Kenya – Lake Nakuru Centre

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 4th March 2018

About Name of organisation Wildlife Club of Kenya Funding support NGOs Number of staff Not specified Number of visitors per year More than 5000 Overall aims of the centre To enhance environmental conservation through taking care of ecosystem that involves wildlife. Description of the centre Lake Nakuru game reserve is about 141 km², consisting of…

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Naivasha Riparian Association

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 3rd March 2018

  About This is a community based organisation run on a voluntary basis by an Executive Committee. We now have three employees, our Chief Executive Officer, who has taken over the day to day running of the Association, our Monitoring Officer whose duties are to monitor the health of the lake and lake species and…

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Kimana Wetlands in Amboseli

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 3rd March 2018

  About Kimana wetland has a core area measuring 10km2 with other small wetlands along the rivers.The wetlands lies in the midst of semi-arid lands which are characterised by savanna woodlands and open grasslands, which acts as a stop over (migratory corridor) for the wildlife migrating between Amboseli and Tsavo national parks. Funding support: Wetlands…

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