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  • NewsKWS takes lead in Nagoya protocol implementation.Kenya’s Environment, Water and Natural Resource Cabinet Secretary, Prof Judy Wakhungu says States are obliged under Nagoya Protocol to develop appropriate domestic measures for legal, policy and administrative framework with clarity and certainty to effectively implement the protocol....[ More ]Published 30 Jan, 2015
  • NewsThree Ivory smugglers arrested in NairobiThree smugglers were early Tuesday (December 30th 2014) nabbed by Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) Security personnel ferrying four pieces of ivory weighing fourteen kilogrammes....[ More ]Published 31 Dec, 2014
  • NewsKenya Wildlife Service honours conservation heroesIn a speech read on her behalf by Conservation Secretary, Mr. Gideon Gathara at KWS headquarters in Nairobi, Prof. Wakhungu congratulate KWS rangers for the good work they are doing albeit difficult circumstances....[ More ]Published 29 Dec, 2014
WORLD WILD FEST 2015
WORLD WILD FEST 2015
28th FEBRUARY– 7th MARCH 2015

The Kenya Wildlife Festival is an opportunity for all Kenyans from all walks of life to learn about wildlife through a variety of means including music, theater, debates, films, and citizen science projects. Wildlife is vital to the economy of Kenya, it is the major tourist attraction to which generates 12% of the national GDP and employs over 300,000 people.

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