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Taking water to the villages

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Desk donations to Rukanga School

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Active conservation projects

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Transforming rural schools

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Marungu school computer lab

Welcome To Kasigau Wildlife Trust!

Kasigau Wildlife Trust is a community led enterprise founded by Finch Travels and the over 2,500 shareholders of Kasigau ranch in an ecotourism venture. Kasigau ranch and conservancy is located in a 52,000 acres elephant migratory corridor between Tsavo East and Tsavo West National parks.

Established in 2009, the Trust is the umbrella body that coordinates biodiversity conservation and sustainable utilization to support livelihoods. We have over the years mobilized funds and resources to support projects and people of Kasigau and beyond.

Due to our successes here and networks created, KWT is today implementing projects in the entire Taita Taveta. Example is the ICT project , benefitting over 4000 students from Taveta, Wundanyi, Mwatate and Voi.  We have welcomed many partners working with us including Slovak Aid, Pontis Foundation, UNWTO, IUCN, Born Free and KCB Foundation. We will continue to invest and implement programs that ehances the capacity and self-sufficiency of communities living next to conservation areas in resource management, enterprises, climate change and social welfare programs throughout Kenya.

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Our Projects

Make A Difference
 

The people of Kasigau have over the years bore the brunt of human wildlife conflict. Crop farming is not sustainable thanks to drought and elephants.

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How you can Help

Protect The Rainforest
 

Do you have an interest in community-led sustainable resource management, environmental conservation, education, water harvesting, health care and the safeguarding of natural & cultural heritage?

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SoteICT SLOVAK KENYA

Save Our Planet
 

soteICT ('sote' is a Swahili word for everybody) is the newest project of the partnership of SlovakAid, Pontis Foundation (Slovakia) and Kasigau Wildlife Trust (Kenya). We have been working in Kenya since 2010, .......

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