Local perceptions on Community Based Wildlife Conservation model, the case of Il Ngwesi Conservancy in Laikipia, Kenya


Statement of the problem/Objectives Wildlife and livestock constitutes the major key resources for pastoral communities in the rangelands of Kenya. 70% of wildlife live outside protected areas, characterized by competition for... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Henry Komu (University of Nairobi)
  2. Jesse Njoka (University of Nairobi)
  3. Vivian Wasonga (University of Nairobi)
  4. Harry Spaling (The King's University College)
  5. Elizabeth Muthiani (Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organisation)
  6. Judith Mbau (University of Nairobi)

Topic Areas

Topics: The Changing Nature of Wildlife Conservation , Topics: Wildlife Ranching , Topics: Community-Based Conservation


OS-D3 » Community Based Conservation (08:30 - Tuesday, 12th January, Colobus)

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