Where We Work

We currently work in 4 ecosystems in Northern Kenya - Mt Kulal (a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve), Mt Marsabit, Ndotto Ranges and Mt. Ng'iro.
These ecosystems are key habitats for endangered species such as elephants, lions, leopards, wild dogs, gravy zebras and reticulated giraffes.

Commonly referred to as ‘Water towers’ in Kenya, they provide critical ecosystem services to the communities and surrounding drylands and act as  important carbon sinks.

Landscapes rich in biodiversity, culture and widlife

Rendille warrior
In these areas, the Rendille and Samburu communities have lived with their livestock alongside wildlife, forests and grasslands.

The management of the landscapes by indigenous communities has already achieved great conservation results in a number of areas in northern Kenya.

These results demonstrate the potential of our community driven approach to address biodiversity and to improve the well being of communities who depend on these ecosystems,