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Endangered by Social Media?

One of the questions we’re most frequently asked is whether tourists posting photos on Facebook (or indeed Tsavo Trust itself advertising the existence of these giants) are endangering the elephants by revealing where they live. Firstly, we should point out…

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…

Tsavo Trust – A Short Film

A short film about Tsavo Trust by Goh and Courtney Iromoto with additional footage from Burrard-Lucas Wildlife Photography giving an insight into the Tsavo Conservation Area biodiversity, scenery, challenges and potential; and how Tsavo Trust is working in partnership with the Kenya Wildlife Service,…

Empowers Africa Film Festival – Southampton NY

World Elephant and World Lion Day Film Festival Presented with Empowers Africa A new short film by Goh and Courtney Iromoto about Tsavo Trust and conservation efforts in Tsavo will have its debut screening at the World Elephant and World Lion Day…

Rebuild of KWS field patrol vehicle

Tsavo Trust recently undertook a complete rebuild of a Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) field patrol vehicle that had been deployed in the harsh and rugged terrain of Tsavo for a number of years. Reliable, all terrain vehicels are an essential…

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…

World Rhino Day – 2017

Helping to protect the Black Rhino of Tsavo through support to wildlife conservation partners The Black Rhinoceros Diceros bicornis, is one of four mammals in Kenya that is listed as critically endangered on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Black Rhino…

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