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  • NewsKenya Wildlife Service rangers complete advanced First Aid trainingKenya Wildlife Service rangers have undergone an advanced first aid training course, the first of its kind in East Africa, thanks to support by the Canadian government....[ More ]Published 27 Mar, 2015
  • NewsThe illegal Wildlife TradeProf Judi Wakhungu, the Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Water and Natural Resources led the Kenyan delegation to the recently concluded Kasane Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade concluded in Botswana with the adoption of a statement which galvanises the high-level political commitment...[ More ]Published 27 Mar, 2015
  • NewsKenya to destroy all Ivory stockpiles by end of 2015The government of Kenya will destroy all stockpiles of ivory in its custody. President Uhuru Kenya, while speaking during celebrations to mark this year’s World Wildlife Day (March 3, 2015), said this will be done before the end of this year....[ More ]Published 04 Mar, 2015
28th FEBRUARY– 7th MARCH 2015

The Kenya Wildlife Festival is an opportunity for all Kenyans from all walks of life to learn about wildlife through a variety of means including music, theatre, debates, films, and citizen science projects. The Wildlife Festival is an opportunity to share the country’s vision and encourage citizens’ participation in a future where people and wildlife coexist in harmony.

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