Newsletter – April 2024

Samburu Bursary Award Certificate

Together with Soroi Larsens Camp and Soroi Samburu Lodge, CWC launched for the first time a secondary school scholarship in Samburu. The sponsorship involved 10 schools in Archer’s post…

Dental & Medical Camp

The camp was conducted for the LUMO Community, at Godoma Primary and Msorongo Primary on 12th & 13th, and 14th & 15th of March 2024 respectively. This was in partnership with the Olmalaika Trust, who were the main organizers, while Soroi Collection, Lions Bluff Lodge, LUMO Community Wildlife Conservancy, Mama Project and Taita Taveta department of health also took part.

Archers Post Clean-up

On Saturday, 10th February 2024, we conducted the clean-up at Archers’ post town, as well as launched the Plastics to Books project. We engaged 4 primary schools and 3 secondary schools each being represented by 10 students and 2 teachers. The students and teachers each got a certificate of participation, as well as the school […]

Newsletter – Jan 2024

Community children participating in the Plastic for Books Project

During the month, CWC awarded 5 beneficiaries of the secondary school bursary from the 2023 KCPE candidates. 3 of them are from the LUMO Community, and 2 of them from Samburu community.

End Year Newsletter – Dec 2023

Welcome to the latest edition of our newsletter, where we bring you updates on our ongoing initiatives aimed at fostering community development and wildlife conservation.

Christmas Donation from Lions Bluff Staff

CWC distributed food packages to 10 families in communities neighbouring LUMO Conservancy for Christmas. This was a special donation from the staff at Lions bluff Lodge who had sacrificed to reduce their portions, for at least two meals a week, for more than a month, to make this package. The aim of this was to […]

Newsletter – Nov 2023

Community Engagement through drama activities

CWC visited Laghonyi Cultural Centre in Mnamu, which is run by Wadawida Wavini Gonda CBO, a traditional dancers and cultural group. The center is in a community conserved area…

CWC Eco Rangers

Community Clean up Project

On 16, September 2023, Community & Wildlife Conservation, launched CWC Eco Rangers. A movement that involves primary school pupils from age 8 years to 15 years, to create awareness of the importance of wildlife conservation among the primary school pupils, that is, the younger generation. A total of 155 pupils were enrolled into the movement. […]

CWC Eco Rangers- Maktau Primary School

CWC Eco Rangers of Maktau Primary School planned for a Tree Planting activity at Maktau Police Base. They had made an indigenous seedbed at their school compound as part of their environmental conservation project. From that, they had 35 indigenous seedlings for planting during the activity. They invited us to join, and our community liaison […]