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Tom Lalampaa Awarded Prestigious International Prize

NRT’s Chief Programmes Officer Tom Lalampaa has been awarded the Stanford University’s Bright Award. Tom becomes the first African to accept the prize that recognises environmental pioneers.

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Reteti Elephant Sanctuary Opened in Namunyak

Namunyak Community Conservancy is to open the first community owned and managed elephant orphanage in Africa. The Reteti Elephant Sanctuary will take in orphaned and abandoned elephant calves with an aim to release them back into the wild herds adjoining the Sanctuary.

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Saruni to Launch Black Rhino Tracking Safari in Sera Conservancy

Saruni, the portfolio of luxury properties in Kenya, has partnered with Sera Community Conservancy to launch the first ever opportunity in east Africa for tourists to track black rhinos on foot. Alongside this, ‘Saruni Rhino’ will offer elegant but simple accommodation in the Sera wilderness.

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Profit & peace in Kalama

On Friday 23rd September, the community in Kalama celebrated economic empowerment, education, and conservation. Warriors, women and children each had their own reason to party; and they did it in true Samburu style.

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