The Soccer tournament

The Soccer tournament was one of the activities aimed at promoting peaceful coexistence amongst the communities from the conservancies, Skills/talents development, networking and exposure among the three communities, awareness creation on importance of conservation education and conservancy ownership. On 3 rd February 2018, Northern Rangelands Trust education team, Lewa Conservation Officer and the conservancy management teams, held a soccer tournament amongst the children from Shurr, Jaldesa and Songa conservancy schools hosted by Bubisa primary school in Marsabit County-Shurr Community Conservancy. The conservancy management's teams previously made a choice of the school(s) to play from their respective conservancy. Hence, the number of schools that participated was four because the host conservancy-selected players from two neighboring schools that were hosting the event. [...]

The Soccer tournament2018-03-22T11:07:13+00:00

Colour Run Fundraiser March 20th 2018

We're delighted to be holding our first Marsabit Project colour run fundraiser on March 20th 2018 for over 300 people in Surrey.  The colours Pink, Blue, Yellow and Green have been selected as the paint powders of choice for the teams.   Pink has already been sponsored by our friends at <name here> so thank you to them!  Is your business willing to support us in Blue, Yellow or Green?  Contact Liz at to get in.

Colour Run Fundraiser March 20th 20182018-03-22T11:07:19+00:00

Lewa Annual Impact Report 2016

Lewa continues to offer a safe have to endangered species that roam northern Kenya, while pioneering strategic development across the landscape. Read their annual impact report 2016 here.

Lewa Annual Impact Report 20162018-01-03T09:27:26+00:00

NRT Post: What’s happening in Marsabit?

Mt. Marsabit National Park is a forested oasis that sits to the east of the Chalbi Desert, just 140km south of the Ethiopian border. It is an important water tower for the arid landscape below, and is the northern limit of the north Kenya’s elephant migration route. In 2013, the Rendille, Gabbra and Borana communities living around the mountain approached NRT for assistance in forming three community conservancies. With support from the French development agency’s FFEM programme, Shurr, Jaldesa and Songa Conservancies were formed. They joined Melako Community Conservancy as part of the newly formed NRT North East, lead by regional director Emmanuel Kochale. To read more link to

NRT Post: What’s happening in Marsabit?2018-01-03T09:27:32+00:00
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