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FEATURED CAUSE Wildlife Conservation
SERENGETI CHEETAH PROJECT
SERENGETI LION PROJECT
PIYAYA PRIMARY SCHOOL
MACHOCHWE PRIMARY SCHOOL
JUSTICE OLE KEIWUA SCHOLARSHIP FUND
OL KOIYAKI GUIDE SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
MARA LION PROJECT
MARA NABOISHO CONSERVANCY (DEVELOPMENT OF LAND BANK)
MARA CHEETAH PROJECT
KIGOMANI PRIMARY SCHOOL
CHILDREN CONCERN FOUNDATION ORPHANAGE
OSINONI PRIMARY SCHOOL
PIYAYA PRIMARY SCHOOL
RUAHA CARNIVORE PROJECT
NGOSUANI PRIMARY SCHOOL
AFRICAN PEOPLE AND WILDLIFE FUND
TUNGAMALENGA PRIMARY SCHOOL
OL KUROTO PRIMARY SCHOOL
MBITIN PRIMARY SCHOOL
SAMBWA PRIMARY SCHOOL
MERENGA PRIMARY SCHOOL
MBALIBALI PRIMARY SCHOOL
KITUNGURUMA PRIMARY SCHOOL
NYAMKENDO PRIMARY SCHOOL
KATEMWA B PRIMARY SCHOOL
KISABA PRIMARY SCHOOL
COMMUNITIES AND EDUCATION
MARA BUSH HOUSES
MATEMWE BEACH HOUSE
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MICRO-GRANTS EMPOWERING WOMEN
Supporting women’s businesses might seem like an indirect step for women’s rights and wildlife conservation. Of course, encouraging sustainable livelihoods is an important part of…….
PROTECTING PREDATORS IN RUAHA
On a continent that never fails to surprise remain vast wild lands practically unknown to the global public. One of these is the Ruaha landscape….
MAASAI MARA FACES A FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL
Conservationists in Kenya fear that the stay-away by international tourists following the recent wave of terrorist attacks threatens to turn some of the country’s fabled wildlife reserves into farmlands. Under the gravest threat are conservancies adjacent…..
RUNNING WILD! MOTHER CHEETAH HAS SIX CUBS
The six cheetah cubs and their mother were playing in the Maasai Mara when spotted by a wildlife photographer Majed Sultan Ali. It was Ali's second visit to the reserve in a bid to photograph a coalition of cheetahs. He saw the family playing with each other while practicing their hunting and stalking skills for life on the plains.
Experience the Maasai Mara in Under a Minute
Watch as the Maasai Mara comes to life.
FIRST SCHOLARSHIP GRANTED
After going through oral and written interviews Lailatu Wilfredy (age 20) was selected to be the recipient of Asilia's first scholarship.
Initial projects of MMWCA
With the formation of a full secretariat (staff) in late 2014, the past six months have been very busy for the Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservancies Association, with the development of activities, projects and partnerships across the Maasai Mara region. The seed donation of Asilia Giving accelerated the implementation of MMWCA's vision and strategy, leading to exciting projects being advance.
Terrorism in Kenya also affects Maasai Mara
Graham Boyton describes the effect that terrorism attacks in Kenya have on vital ecosystems. Dropping tourist numbers are a threat to local conservancies in the greater Mara.
National Geographic is coming to Naboisho
It is with great excitement that we would like to introduce you to Bob and Gina Poole who will be living in the conservancy at Naboisho Camp for 3 months, starting in early February. Here they will be following a family of elephants on their journey for a film for National Geographic WILD
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