There are significant opportunities to be an important service provider to assist KWS in managing the vast TCA, especially for rhino population rehabilitation work and the management of the Intensive Protection Zone and Tsavo West National Park Triangle. This could unlock significant funding to bolster conservation efforts in the TWNP IPZ, a 3,000km2 area that is Kenya’s most significant black rhino habitat. By supporting this programme, Kenya’s black rhino population could rapidly reach its strategic goal of 2,000 individuals in the years to come. Given the niche role that Tsavo Trust plays in the TCA, the organisation can also position itself to serve as a coordinating and collaborating entity in the TCA, moving different organisations from competing to collaborating with each other. Key to all these opportunities is clarity in our mission and mandate within the TCA.