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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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New envoys urged to lobby against trade in endangered wildlife species Kenya Wildlife Service has urged 32 newly-appointed ambassadors, high commissioners and heads of missions to help Kenya sustain advocacy ...
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Nakuru’s ‘Cycle with Rhino’ race raises Ksh.5.8 million for wildlife conservation Up to Ksh. 5.8 million has been raised for conservation in this year’s edition of “Cycle with Rhino” race held Saturday (September 27, 2014) at Lake Nakuru National Park. ...
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INTERPOL establishes dedicated environmental crime team in Africa To further support its member countries in the fight against illegal ivory trafficking and other environmental issues, INTERPOL has established a dedicated team to tackle these crimes in Africa. ...
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KWS receive FORENSIC equipment donation to fight poaching Bio-Zeq Kenya and its partner QIAGEN has donated a DNA extraction equipment - automated nucleic acid extraction machine - to Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS)...
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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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