Lion Conservation in Northern Kenya

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Mama Simba Women Tackle Waste Issues Through Visit to Western Kenya

Aug 24, 2016 | Categories: Community, Training | Leave A Comment »

Our Mama Simba coordinators, Munteli and Mparasaroi displaying baskets made with a technique using invasive water hyacinth. Photo by Ewaso Lions

In rural northern Kenya, Samburu women regularly buy staples such as sugar, tea and maize from local shops. These items always come packaged in plastic or thin nylon bags. The bags, along with other waste items, are often burned or discarded in the bush or around the manyattas, where livestock and wildlife may ingest them.

There are no waste disposal or recycling services here. In the past, the ladies said they would wait for the rains and then rush down to the river to let the surging water carry away their waste.

To face this environmental threat, Ewaso Lions has organised several clean up campaigns in the local villages to raise awareness about importance of a keeping the environment clean and healthy. At the same time, we know the...

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Lion Kids Camp Teaches Kenyan Children About Conservation in New Area

Aug 23, 2016 | Categories: Community, Education | Leave A Comment »

This Lion Kids Camp marked our 8th camp to date and now 214 kids have been engaged in conservation through our camps.

This month, we held a Lion Kids Camp for 24 Kenyan children to learn about conservation and be inspired by experiencing wildlife from a new perspective. This Camp marked only the second time an LKC has been held outside Samburu. We teamed up with Loisaba Conservancy to hold the five-day camp in the beautiful landscape of Loisaba, located 200km away in Laikipia county.

Similar to the two Lion Kids Camps we have held so far this year, this camp focused on young livestock herders from local communities, rather than school children. The 24 kids, ranging in age from 4 to 16, spent five days with our team learning all about wildlife, conservation and ways to coexist with lions and other large carnivores - and, of course, to have lots of fu...

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