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Big plans for Kisumu as first boat race held Plans are underway for an East African boat race on Lake Victoria. Kisumu Town East MP Hon Shakeel Shabbir announced this during inaugural Kisumu Impala Conservation Boat Race held in Lake Victoria at the weekend....
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 KWS Starts Pilot Beach Management Programme Kenya Wildlife Service has started a Beach Management Programme in the Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve. ...
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KWS scoops COYA Corporate Citizenship and Environmental focus award Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) won the Corporate Citizenship and Environmental Focus category during this year’s Company Of the Year Awards (COYA)....
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Mt. Kenya National Park unveiled
Published: 23 Nov, 2011
Mt. Kenya National Park unveiled Mt Kenya National Park has been branded and bestowed with a new logo, a flag and a slogan to enhance its marketing as a premier tourist’s destination. ...
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KWS gets new Board of Trustees
Published: 23 Nov, 2011
KWS gets new Board of Trustees The Minister for Forestry and Wildlife Dr. Noah Wekesa has appointed new Board of Trustees of the Kenya Wildlife Service. ...
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Kisumu Impala Conservation Boat Race launch Kenya Wildlife Service in conjunction with stakeholders has launched the inaugural Kisumu Impala Conservation Boat Race to be held in two weeks in Lake Victoria. ...
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Kenya launches sh10 billion national Bio-prospecting strategy Kenya has launched a Sh10 billion national bio-prospecting strategy for within and outside protected areas ...
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 Kisumu impala conservation boat race 2011 Kenya Wildlife Service in conjunction with stakeholders is organising the inaugural Kisumu Impala Conservation Boat Race to be held next month in Lake Victoria. ...
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Phase one of Narok elephant translocation completed Phase one of elephant translocation into the Maasai Mara by the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has been successfully completed. By the end of the exercise, 62 elephants had been moved from Narok North to the world-famous Maasai Mara National Reserve ...
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KWS focuses on climate change in managing wildlife Kenya Wildlife Service is investing Sh275 million for drought mitigation in wildlife management across the country. This was said by the KWS Director Julius Kipng’etich during the opening of a two-day Climate Change and Wildlife Management Workshop at the Sarova Taita...
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