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News-2009

KWS holds the fourth annual edition of Kisumu Impala boat race The fourth edition of the annual Kisumu Impala Boat Race was held on December 5, 2014 at Kisumu Impala Sanctuary in Kisumu County....
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Kenya Airways, Born Free back war against rhino poaching National carrier, Kenya Airways and international wildlife charity Born Free Foundation have boosted the fight against rhino poaching...
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Ray of activities up this festive season for holiday makers Kenya Wildlife Service has lined up a range of activities this festive season for discerning holiday makers and lovers of nature. ...
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Safari companies rally to fight Ebola fear mongering In the wake of the Ebola epidemic causing wildlife tourism bookings to drop precipitously in countries as far away from the outbreak as Kenya, ...
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Born Free donates anti-poaching equipment to Meru National Park A new era is dawning for Meru National Park thanks to Lion Rover Project’s targeted approach, jointly implemented by Born Free and KWS, supported by Land Rover. ...
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UPDATE ON CHAIRPERSONS OF COUNTY WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND COMPENSATION COMMITTEES The Wildlife Conservation and Management 2013 Act came into force on January 10, 2014. Section 18 of the Act provides for a County Wildlife Conservation and Compensation Committees (CWCCC for each of the 47 counties. The law also provides for chairman of each of the committees....
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KWS hosts 6th annual Grevy’s Zebra conference Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) recently held the 6th annual Grevy’s Zebra conference in Nairobi to review measures taken over the last 10 years to stem the decreasing population of the endangered species, whose population has dwindled from 15,000 in the 1970’s to the current 2,800 animals....
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KWS pension scheme hits Sh5.8 billion
Published: 31 Oct, 2014
KWS pension scheme hits Sh5.8 billion Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) pension scheme has registered tremendous growth in the last one year with total assets value hitting close to Sh6 billion...
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KWS, NGOs forum addresses wildlife conservation issues Kenya Wildlife Service recently held a meeting with stakeholders in the wildlife sector to foster a cordial working relationship and share experiences on issues of common concern. The sensitisation meeting, attended by ...
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Lumo wildlife spotting race raises 1.8million for wildlife, community The Eye Go Game Spotting (EGGS) 2014 event has raised Kshs.1.8million for twin project of wildlife conservation and community eye centre for LUMO Community Wildlife Sanctuary...
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