• What We Do

We strongly believe that the sustainability of East Africa’s wildlife and habitats depends on four key actions:

  1. Securing land for conservation
  2. Protecting species and their environment
  3. Providing tangible benefits to the people who live alongside wildlife
  4. Educating the next generation of conservationists.

We focus on four types of programs for communities living alongside wildlife across Kenya and Tanzania: Wildlife Warrior Program, Nature Conservation, Medical Support and School Support.

Wildlife Warrior Program

Wildlife Warrior Program

Passion for wildlife conservation cannot exist without knowledge about wildlife. We have made a commitment to educate the next generation of conservationists, to build a passion for wildlife in Kenya’s and Tanzania’s key conservation areas and to inspire the communities we work with to conserve East Africa’s wildlife for generations to come.

Annual Wildlife Warrior Scholars’ Retreat

Annually we bring together all the existing Wildlife Warrior Scholars from their respective secondary schools for a one week retreat.

Nature Conservation

Our Nature Conservation work spans areas across Kenya and Tanzania, including Zanzibar. In Kenya alone, we play a key role in protecting over 1.36 million acres of land.

Medical Support

We provide medical supplies and equipment, free medical camps and staff capacity building, addressing the core priorities of healthcare in the Maasai Mara.

Ololomei Primary School

School Support

We support schools around the country with stationary supplies, books, desks, sports equipment and kits, uniforms, classrooms, kitchens, drought-relief food provisions and scholarships, thanks to the generosity of our safari clients.