Laikipia Wildlife Forum and FAO Extend Partnership for Sustainable Restoration Initiatives

In a commendable collaboration focused on the restoration of arid and semi-arid lands (ASALs) in Kenya, the Laikipia Wildlife Forum (LWF) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) have forged a strong and enduring relationship. With a shared vision to revitalize the ecosystems of Kenya’s Northern Laikipia Rangelands, their joint efforts…

Journey of Water campaign

Laikipia Wildlife Forum staff take a pose during the Journey of Water campaign World Wide Fund for Nature, Kenya Office (WWF-Kenya), in partnership with  Laikipia Wildlife Forum (LWF), Water Resources Authority (WRA) , and other  local partners, took the lead in a national water campaign known as the “Journey of Water Campaign: Ewaso Ng’iro North…

Transforming Mukogodo Forest: A Testament to Strong Partnerships in Conservation

In the heart of Laikipia North Sub County lies Mukogodo Forest, a unique oasis surrounded by dry lands and home to four community groups. Recognizing the importance of conservation and restoration, the Ilmamusi Mukogodo Community Forest Association (CFA), in collaboration with key stakeholders, embarked on a transformative journey. This culminated in the launch of the…

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Driving Change and Collaboration: Kenya’s Water Policy at Hackathon

Laikipia Wildlife Forum (LWF) participated in the 1st Kenyan Water Policy Hackathon. The event, organized by the International Water Institute (IWMI), CGIAR Initiative on National Policies and Strategies, and Wetlands International, took place in Nairobi from May 18th to 19th, 2023. The Hackathon brought together over 35 stakeholders from Civil Society Organizations, the Ministry of…

Elevating Conservation Awareness: Laikipia Wildlife Forum’s Showcase at the Nanyuki ASK Show

The entrance to Laikipia Wildlife Forum’s ASK show booth This year witnessed the return of the highly anticipated Nanyuki Agricultural Society of Kenya (ASK) Show, an event that provided the Laikipia Wildlife Forum (LWF) with an invaluable platform to showcase our important work, highlight our products, and explore avenues for collaboration and growth. As the…

Innovative Approaches to Conservation: The Mazingira Conservation Fund Grant Rollout

Under the direction of the Laikipia Wildlife Forum, a new program called the Mazingira Conservation Fund (MCF) has been launched to promote practical conservation actions. The MCF’s mission is to channel funds to support local initiatives that result in benefits to people, wildlife, and their habitats, while its vision is to combine conservation, community, and…

WORLD WILDLIFE DAY: Joining Hands to Protect Our Ecosystem

To commemorate World Wildlife Day, we today joined our partners in conservation the Kenya Wildilife Service, The County Government of Laikipia, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, William Holden Wildlife Foundation, the Water Resources Authority and Likii and Nanyuki WRUA for a clean-up exercise of Rivers Nanyuki and Likii. In her speech after the clean-up, the Assistant Director,…