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Matope adapting well in his new home
Published: 13 Feb, 2012
Matope adapting well in his new home A partially-blind13-year old lion brought to the Nairobi Animal Orphanage last month from the Hopcraft Ranch is alive and adjusting well in his new environment...
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Centre for Mathematics Science and Technology Education in Africa visits KWS The Centre for Mathematics Science and Technology in Africa (CEMASTEA) paid visit to Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) to look into ways of developing their own assets...
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Newly elected FAO Director General visits KWS Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) seeks to enter into a partnership with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) to address food security which is a direct threat to wildlife management in the country. ...
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KWS introduces an E-Board System
Published: 01 Feb, 2012
KWS introduces an E-Board System KWS being on the forefront of conservation and environmental awareness has introduced a new system in partnership with Software Technologies Ltd that enables its Board of Trustees (B.O.T) run their operations without the use of paper....
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KWS successfully completes Black Rhino translocation The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) in collaboration with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has successfully completed the last phase of the black rhino translocation from Mugie Rhino sanctuary and Solio Ranch...
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KWS rolls out Ranger-Based Information System The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has rolled out a ranger-based Management Information System (MIST) programme that will be used by all KWS patrol teams ...
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 Ranger-Based Management Information System Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) will on Monday, January 23, 2012 launch a ranger-based Management Information System (MIST) programme. ...
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KWS receives laptops to fight bush meat trade The Bush meat-free Eastern Africa Network (BEAN) has donated five laptop computers worth USD 3000 to the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) for fighting poaching and trade in bush meat. ...
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327 community rangers report for paramilitary training Community rangers have reported at the Manyani Field Training School in Tsavo West National Park. The 327 rangers from various parts of the country reported at the school on January 14, 2012...
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Community scout killed and another injured in poaching incident Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) would like to express deep and sincere condolences to the family and friends of Mr Abdullahi Muhammed ...
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