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Opening of Water Project in Kamungi Conservancy

Saturday 4th November 2017, Ngiluni Village Communities living near Kamunyu and Ngiluni villages in Kamungi Conservancy have faced the hardship of a lack of accessible clean water for many years. Traditionally, water is collected by women and children from hand…

Tsavo Trust joins Thriving Together campaign

TSAVO TRUST JOINS THE THRIVING TOGETHER CAMPAIGN TO HIGHLIGHT THE WORLD’S MOST IMPORTANT YET IGNORED ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION The Thriving Together campaign recognizes that family planning is critically important not only for women and girls but also for the environment. Tsavo Trust…

Beehive Fence Funded by Forix Foundation

Thanks to the support of Forix Foundation, another 1 acre Beehive Fence has just been completed on a farm in Kamungi Conservancy, close to the boundary of Tsavo East National Park. With the start of the rainy season kicking in…

Borehole and Pipeline for Kamungi Conservancy

Kamungi Water Project progressing well Kamungi Water Project, part of the ongoing partnership and stewardship development between Tsavo Trust and Kamungi Conservancy has been progressing well over the last couple of months. The water project has been one of the…

Beehive Fences – Pilot Project

In collaboration with Dr King and her renowned Elephants and Bees Project, Tsavo Trust have implemented three pilot beehive fence projects based on the highest results-oriented models for construction and monitoring within the Kamungi Conservancy. Each farm is located quite…

Proposal for Critical Water Provision

Kamungi Community Conservancy - Poverty Alleviation Introduction Safe and acceptable water for human consumption that is available in sufficient quantity, physically accessible and affordable is a crucial prerequisite for human wellbeing. Access to safe water is not only fundamental to…

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