By Evelyne Makena, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, People Daily. Published 26 June 2018. Planting a tree is a process. Ideally, it starts with sowing a seed that grows into a seedling, digging holes, transplanting and consistent watering. However, an innovative concept popularly known as seed bombing is eliminating the tedious process and injecting fun […]
By Caroline Chebet, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, Standard Digital. Published 26 June 2018. The population of black rhino in the country has doubled for the first time in 35 years following conservation efforts. The current black rhino numbers stands at 750, according to report by World Wildlife Fund (WWF), two-fold increase from 350 in 1983 […]
By Caroline Chebet, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, Standard Digital. Published 20 June 2018. Laikipia-a sprawling farmland, is constantly in the news for all the wrong reasons, among them banditry and farm raids. And for decades, James Wachira spent sleepless nights, dreading another visit by a unique brand of bandits.
By Caroline Chebet, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, Standard Digital. Published 16 June 2018. Pamela Tiren has borne the brunt of human-wildlife conflict. She lives on the shores of Lake Baringo, at Siriangot village and can give details of what a snake bite entails. In 2007, her then three-year-old daughter, Gladys Chesang, was bitten by a snake and has been scarred […]
NAIROBI, 19 JUNE 2018 (Space for Giants) – An expert team of Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) prosecutors expect to increase wildlife crime convictions by digitising their work with new laptop computers Space for Giants delivered today. The KWS Prosecution Unit acts as a bridge between investigators and Kenya’s Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions […]
By Dan Kaburu, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, K24tv. Published 13 June 2018. The elephant conservation family in Kenya is currently celebrating a first in the last 38 years.
By Caroline Chebet, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, Standard Digital. Published 14 June 2018. The hirola population has continued to shrink despite efforts by conservationists to save the world’s rarest antelope. Hirolas, which are found only in Kenya and Somalia, and which are considered the world’s most endangered antelopes, have been plagued by disease and habitat loss.
Published Date June 2018 Author(s) Space for Giants Full Paper: 2017 Annual Report (opens in new window) Space for Giants grew significantly in 2017, in terms of the work we do on the ground, and the support we call on to accelerate the impact of that work. Uganda’s protected areas were heading for major new conservation-compatible investment, following […]
By Jeckonia Otieno, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, Standard Digital. Published 9 June 2018. Mara River makes a majestic flow down from the Mau. It is full of life. The river is one of the major drivers of tourism in Kenya, not just through the wildlife it supports but also the spectacular wildebeest migration, which […]