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KWS seeks partnership in raising awareness on plight of rhino Ag. Director General KWS Mr. William Kiprono has advocated for sustained awareness campaigns on the plight of the rhino during a ceremony to mark this year’s World Rhino Day on Monday (September 22, 2014) at Nanyuki town, Laikipia County....
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Ellipse projects pays courtesy call to KWS AG. Director General Kenya Wildlife Service had the privilege of hosting the President of Ellipse Project from Paris, France. This ceremony was held at the KWS Director Generals office. ...
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KWS is building its capacity to combat poaching: Kiprono Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) Ag. Director General, William Kiprono has said that 575 rangers will soon graduate and be deployed to boost Kenya’s’ capacity to address the plight of elephants...
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KWSTI embraces Enterprise Resource Planning System Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute (KWSTI) has officially launched a project to implement an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system for the institute to help manage its academic and management operations ...
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Contraband ivory recovered at JKIA
Published: 25 Jul, 2014
Contraband ivory recovered at JKIA A consignment of contraband ivory weighing 260kg has been intercepted at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) Friday....
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Kshs 18million equipment secured to support Night Vision Kenya Wildlife Service has received a significant boost in its fight against poaching with a pledge of Kshs. 17.8million (US $ 210,000) towards the purchase of night vision equipment. ...
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Gang of eight now expanded to gang of nineteen The so-called ‘Gang of 8′ which were singled out by CITES as not doing enough to tackle the illegal ivory trade has seen its number swell by another 11 countries. The latest meeting of CITES has ordered 11 more countries to develop national action plans on how they plan to protect elephants and end the illegal ivory trade crossing into their borders. ...
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Nepal, China, Kenya and the Lusaka Agreement Task Force recognized for exemplary enforcement efforts China, Kenya and the Lusaka Agreement Task Force (LATF) were awarded Certificates of Commendation for collaborative efforts to take down an international criminal syndicate smuggling ivory from Kenya to China....
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UN Secretary General adopts a Lion at NAO The UN Secretary General, His Excellency Ban Ki-Moon on June 28, 2014 adopted a lion cub in Nairobi Animal orphanage as a sign of support for conservation and efforts against the trafficking of animals around the world. ...
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First ever Sister Parks relationship between Kenya and US established The National Park Service and Kenya’s Wildlife Service and National Museums of Kenya signed a sister park agreement between Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument and Sibiloi National Park and the National Museums of Kenya on June 30, 2013 to promote international cooperation and collaboration. This is the first time the National Park Service (NPS) has established a sister park agreement with an African nation....
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