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 and fully covers the tuition fees, from form 1 to form 4, of the top student from the zone.  For the 2023 KCPE, the top student scored 387 marks and was from Lorubae Primary School who got admitted to Meru School. In addition to the organization paying the tuition fees, it went the extra mile of helping the parents do the student’s school shopping by catering 75% of the shopping budget, something out of the sponsorship provision. 

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. The three winners from LUMO represented three ranches, Lualenyi, Mramba and Oza. These students obtained 392, 382 and 348 marks, securing chances to join Kenyatta High School, Chogoria Girls High School, and Dr. Aggrey High School consecutively.

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.

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 having paranoic views of the Taita plains and Mt. Kilimanjaro, and is near caves with a very rich Taita history. The dancers engage themselves with two Taita traditional dances, Kishawi- without drums, and the Mwazindika- which includes drumming. They are planning to incorporate two other traditional dances, zeze and mshondo, to diversify their products.

Newsletter – Oct 2023

The clinic was conducted at Mwakitau Primary School for the three days, including 17th, 18th and 19th of October 2023. It was organized by Ol-malaika Trust, Community & Wildlife Conservation, Lions Bluff Lodge, LUMO Community Wildlife Conservancy, and the Ministry of Health

Wildlife Conservation

Wildlife Conservation What We Do We provided water and hay to aid wildlife conservation during the drought season in the Lumo Conservancy. Lions Bluff Lodge and Community Wildlife & Conservation spearheaded this initiative. Environmental Initiatives In our community, we are actively involved in supporting wildlife Conservation. To rescue wildlife in our area during the drought, […]

Environmental Initiatives

Environmental Initiatives What We Do We are actively engaged in environmental conservation by setting up initiatives like no use of plastic, planting trees and community clean-up exercises. Environmental Initiatives No Plastic Use & Tree Planting: “In order to maintain eco-friendliness, we avoid using plastic and instead utilize only biodegradable and natural products. Additionally, each shower […]

Sanitary Towels

Health Programs What We Do Distribution of Sanitary Towels to school girls across Taita Hills & Lumo areas. Distribution of Sanitary Towels Our organization has partnered with OlMalaika Trust to provide women and girls with reusable sanitary pads to address menstrual hygiene challenges. These pads are incredibly innovative and environmentally conscious, and we are thrilled […]


NewsletterCommunity Wildlife and Conservation is a Non-Governmental Organization that was founded during the Covid 19 pandemic with the aim of supporting the local community, conserving wildlife, and promoting local tourism Featured This Month Nurturing the Future: We’re feeding the youngest members of our community. Feeding Scheme Enhancements: The construction of the Kitchen at Latika Primary School is […]