As human populations grow in Africa and more land is needed to farm, people and wildlife live ever closer together. JOAN NTHIGA, our Media & Communications Manager recently visited farmers in Kenya to see how Space for Giants works to lessen the conflicts that then arise.
CAROLINE CHEBET, a reporter for Kenya’s daily newspaper The Standard, was one of our first Giants Club African Conservation Journalism Fellows. Here she reflects on her first year taking part. I joined the Giants Club Fellowship programme in December 2017, several months after I started working for the Standard Group. I remember being so […]
By Caroline Chebet, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, The Standard. Published 13 February 2019. Researchers at San Diego Zoo Global and Loisaba Conservancy have confirmed the presence of a rare black leopard living in Laikipia County, a first in 100 years.
By Caroline Chebet, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, The Standard. Published 1 January 2019. In March 2018, a dark cloud hung over the conservation world following the death of the only remaining male northern white rhino at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Nanyuki.
Chege Amos trains Kenyan wildlife rangers how to use the latest tech to record their patrols. Analysis of this data helps managers make better conservation decisions, he says In all my years working in conservation in Kenya, I never thought that I would be a part of something that could revolutionise the way we decide […]