Education in Kenya
In Kenya, our education programme focuses on school–based conservation clubs and community work around Amboseli National Park and Meru Conservation Area. This holistic conservation education approach supports both people and wildlife.
If we are to enable lasting change for wildlife, we must address both the human and environmental challenges faced by the communities living alongside wild places. We can start to help communities find their own solutions to their most significant challenges, with the aim of reducing the barriers to behaviour change while imparting the necessary knowledge to change attitudes and foster a love of the natural world.