Our Impact

Celebrating a decade-plus of Transformative Conservation Impact

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Conservation

1.3+ million acres actively conserved

0 poaching incidents reported in the past 5 years

20 community conservancies

1,800 elephant population actively conserved

400+ bird species actively conserved

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Livelihoods

65,000+ households benefiting directly from conservation

1,100+ full-time staff employed at Amboseli group ranches

400+ bird species actively conserved

Henry Kosgei, a Kenya Wildlife Service Ranger, Meru National Park, Kenya monitoring the Black Rhino,s (Diceros bicornis) at Meru National Park. Meru National Park is home of there endangered Black Rhinos
03.

Pioneering

AEMP Amboseli Ecosystem Management Plan (AEMP) is the first ecosystem-wide management plan in Kenya

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Meet the people and the partners who make our impact possible.