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Elizabeth Wainwright at Kinga Animal Advocacy

My First Project in Kenya: Naisula Wildlife Conservation Student Group

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My trip to Kenya last October presented me with many subtle nudges that the education of children would be a key long-term strategy to aid and protect the country’s wildlife and the environment. While I had many important meetings during my trip, there was one at Campi ya Kanzi that was more important than I realized at the time. While there, I was fortunate to meet the founder and executive director of Naisula School along with a small but strategic group of the teachers. They had arrived at camp for…read more

A Rainbow in Tassia.

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I have just spent four days in the wild at Tassia, an ecolodge in the Laikipia region of Northern Kenya. Here are days and nights spent perched high on the side of a rock formation in an open air room looking down into a valley of elephant families going about their day. No phone. No TV. No internet. Just the sounds of the wild and the expansive view of nature all around you. I spent mornings on safari walks and days watching the animals- a must for anyone who comes…read more

To Be in God’s Place for You is Divine.

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Donation Delivery.

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Yesterday I visited one of the primary schools supported by MWCT to hand deliver some of the donations provided by a group of wonderful women before I left for Kenya. See my post “1 Night – 27 Women – 14,439 Wishes of Love for Maasai Children” to learn more about these fantastic ladies. http://elizabethalkhas.wordpress.com/2013/10/07/1-night-27-women-14439-wishes-of-love-for-maasai-children/ I arrived just before the children were set to leave for the day. There are approximately 861 children that attend this particular school ages starting from nursery and up to standard 8 grade class. The number…read more

On Top of the World.

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A beautiful sunset in front of Mount Kilimanjaro with my Maasai guide Parashi. I am now in the Chyulu Hills region of Kenya, an important elephant migration corridor between Amboseli National Park and Tsavo National Park. I am staying at Campi ya Kanzi, one of Africa’s finest eco-lodges that supports The Kuku Group Ranch Maasai. Today I learned just how dedicated the camp is to ensuring a future for the region in its joint effort with The Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust. It is an incredible endeavor that is based upon…read more

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