We work closely together with indigenous communities in Eastern Kenya (Mandera, Wajir and Garissa Counties) and Somalia regions close to the Kenyan border, to monitor reticulated giraffes, their population, reduce human giraffe conflicts and promote conservation practices that ensure a sustainable future for the reticulated giraffes.

Anti Poaching

Our anti-antipoaching program is constituted of local Somali pastoralists recruited voluntarily and trained to help reduce illegal activities across vast northeastern Kenya.


Snaring is a big menace to the conservation of endangered species; poachers have adapted a way of setting wire traps and rope meant to trap wildlife by entangling the legs or the neck.

Community Engagements

The community is an essential pillar to the conservation of the endangered reticulated giraffe, therefore, We strive to engage the community

Disease Surveillance

The region is inhabited by nomadic pastoralist that keeps large herds of livestock which inadvertently leads to a potential threat of disease outbreaks.

Human-Giraffe conflict

Human population growth and change in land-use are some of the leading causes of giraffe habitat loss and fragmentation in our region.

Somali Giraffe

Although the region harbors the majority of reticulated giraffe populations, little is known about their population abundance, densities and distribution along

Our Partners

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