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Conservation organizations in Kenya are making great strides in the preservation and protection of wildlife, as evidenced by a recent meeting with the PS State Department for Wildlife, Ms. Sylvia Museiya. The meeting, which brought together over 50 Conservation Alliance of Kenya members and stakeholders, aimed to discuss national priorities for the wildlife sector, receive feedback, and develop an implementation matrix of the agreed actions.

During the meeting, the PS emphasized the need to review the Wildlife ACT to incorporate new trends in conservation and to add communities as custodians of wildlife. This is an important step in recognizing the essential role that communities play in conservation efforts. By including communities in the conservation process, they become more invested in the preservation of wildlife and are more likely to take ownership of conservation efforts.

The Kenyan wildlife sector has invested over KES 6B in conservation efforts, highlighting the importance placed on protecting the country's natural resources. This investment is a testament to the commitment of the government and conservation organizations to safeguard the country's wildlife and biodiversity.

The meeting was a platform for stakeholders to pledge their support for the government's conservation efforts. This collaborative approach is essential in the fight against poaching, habitat loss, and other threats to wildlife. The collective efforts of conservation organizations and the government are vital in ensuring the protection of endangered species and their habitats.

Conservation organizations in Kenya play a crucial role in the protection of wildlife and their habitats. Their efforts are not only important for the preservation of biodiversity but also for the country's economy, as tourism plays a significant role in the country's GDP. Wildlife is a valuable asset that needs to be protected for the benefit of current and future generations.

The meeting was a positive step towards developing a shared vision for the protection of wildlife in Kenya. The collaboration between stakeholders and the government is crucial in achieving this goal. By working together, we can ensure that our natural resources are preserved for generations to come. We must continue to support and invest in conservation efforts to safeguard our country's wildlife and biodiversity.

About CAK

Conservation Alliance of Kenya (CAK) is a limited liability membership registered and incorporated under the Companies Act, in Kenya on 22 December 2016. Membership is composed of International NGOs, National NGOs and CBOs with fifty-five members. CAK acts as a catalyst and ....  [ Read More ]

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