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10/05/16

Every day, rangers, incredibly brave men and women, do what we cannot for our wildlife.They put their lives on the line, spend long hours working in tough conditions away from their families and friends. They are heroes to wildlife and the communities that share their land with them. And now, an equally brave team of... more

02/03/16

Maxo, Zack and Jack will be ready for their journey from Wales to Lewa to join our anti-poaching team that helps protect endangered wildlife and our neighbouring communities. The two Belgian Malinois and single Dutch Herder are finishing up months of intensive training in Bridgend. They have been trained by Simon... more

02/03/16

The boys brought new zeal and excitement into this year's tournament. The most exciting event in the sports calendar for Lewa-sponsored schools took place on the 12th of February, here on the Conservancy. 169 pupils from 13 schools in the neighbouring communities turned the Lewa football pitch into a flurry of... more

04/02/16

Tia Maria has led a herd of close to 20 elephants for over a decade. Tia Maria is one of Lewa's outstanding elephant matriarchs. Roughly 40-years-old, the elephant has led her herd for longer than a decade, helping them find food and water, and during cases of insecurity, steered them to safety. When northern Kenya was... more

04/02/16

An offline technology will now give Lewa-sponsored students access to a wide range of information to benefit their knowledge and understanding of school curriculum.  One of the goals of Lewa's Digital Literacy Programme is to integrate technology with the school curriculum, and therefore help students get a... more

04/02/16

Kenya is home to over 90% of the world's remaining Grevy's zebra, and it is the decisions that we make today that will determine the future of this iconic species. A stunningly beautiful but endangered zebra stands tall in northern Kenya, and most people in the country have never heard of it, let alone seen it. The... more