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Feedback & Partnerships
Published: 30 May, 2013
Feedback & Partnerships The inaugural elite group of trainees that graduated on the 10th of April 2013 after the three month course at KWS LEA in partnership...
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Smart, Driven and prepared: New Ceo at the helm of Kenya Wildlife Conservancies Association The Kenya Wildlife Conservancies Association (KWCA) is an independent and legally registered community ...
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KWS to host fifth edition of ‘To Hell’s Gate On A Wheelbarrow’ event It’s all systems go as Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) holds the fifth edition of the ‘To Hell’s Gate on a Wheelbarrow’. ...
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kWS launches major hunt for poachers
Published: 27 May, 2013
kWS launches major hunt for poachers Kenya Wildlife Service has mounted a major operation in pursuit of poachers who killed four rhinos...
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KWS BOT chairman hands over CSR projects in mountain and western conservation areas The Chairman of the Kenya Wildlife Service Board of Trustees (BOT) handed over eight (8) new and fully furnished classrooms ...
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Community rangers graduate from the KWS Law Enforcement Academy A total of 68 community rangers recently became the latest batch of rangers to graduate from the KWS...
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Kenya marks world migratory bird day at Lake Naivasha Kenya on May 11, 2013 marked the World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) with a regional event at the shores of Lake Elementaita to raise awareness...
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Kenya requested to support a new wildlife agency for Congo Brazzaville The Republic of Congo Brazzaville has sought Kenya’s expertise in operationalizing and building the capacity of a newly established Congo Agency...
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Building capacity within community wildlife conservancies KWS has consistently trained a thousand plus individuals within conservancies and inhabitants of lands that host wildlife aimed at building their conservation capacity ...
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Chinese actress Li Bingbing urges greater effort to end illegal ivory trade On a fact-finding mission to Kenya, film actress Li Bingbing –– one of China’s most popular celebrities ...
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