Laikipia Wildlife Forum’s end year news

December Edition 2021
WATER
Radio Shows Reveal Need for More Sensitization on Water Related Issues
Feedback obtained from listeners who engaged in oue three-part series radio talk shows focusing on water resources management revealed that similar shows are needed more often to create more opportunities to create awareness on water matters in our landscape.

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Making Strides Towards Sustainable Water Storage For All
The year that has just ended has been marred by a share of its challenges largely drawn from the Covid-19 pandemic. The outbreak has had a momentous impact on consumers’ behavior not only in Kenya, but across the world at large. The economic productive activities witnessed a downward trend as the population of people living in various regions and cities were quarantined.

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EMU-SACCO Promotes Water Storage Among Small-Scale Farmers and Families
Domestic work and agricultural activities have become easier for women who are members of Emu Sacco.
Since its formation, Emu Sacco has been on a journey to empower its members to be water secure through either offering them dam liners when water harvesting or with ater tanks for domestic water use.

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TOURISM

GiveDirectly and LTA Join Hands

The last two years have been difficult for many in the tourism sector. As a result of Covid 19, many individuals, who had previously depended on the industry to put food on the table, faced uncertainty.

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Porini Rhino Camp; Why you should visit us

The waterhole overlooking Porini Rhino Camp offers a unique opportunity to spot the wild animals that come for a drink; this close game viewing just got even better as we now have a hide overlooking the watering hole.
Porini Rhino Camp is an intimate camp. – all tents are comfortably furnished with en suite bathrooms with flush lavatories and safari showers.

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RANGELANDS
Ranger Life Saver Training
In partnership with the Mount Kenya Trust, the Laikipia Forum organized a four-day Ranger Life Saver Training for the Ilmamusi Community Forest Association Rangers.
The training was geared towards equipping these rangers with the necessary skills to ensure no casualties in their line of duty.

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ILMAMUSI Ranger Training
Isaac Kiptoo, one of the trainers from Lewa Conservancy, mentioned that having such kind of trainings was highly beneficial to the rangers, as it would eventually play a major role in our coordinated efforts at security and community engagement in the greater Mukogodo landscape

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