Rich international investors are eyeing indigenous Maasai land in Kenya...but with our help, a nearby indigenous-owned wildlife conservancy could come to the rescue!
In just five years, the Nashulai Maasai Conservancy has turned once abandoned land into a thriving home to 10,000 wildebeests and zebras, 100 giraffes, and five families of elephants, including 10 babies born in recent months! And by creating jobs patrolling the area, they’ve found a groundbreaking way to protect their livelihoods and their land.
A Maasai community nearby wants to save their land from development by joining forces with them. But to do it, they urgently need funds to remove the kilometers of fences separating the two areas so the animals can roam free, and train their community to protect them from poachers.
If they succeed, it would be the longest wildlife corridor in East Africa. But they need our help to make it happen.
Connecting the two wildlife corridors will cost just $200 an acre. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity that won’t last long. Are you in?