African Wildlife Foundation - Kenya HQ

The African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) was founded in 1961 and is a leading international conservation organisations focused exclusively on Africa. AWF’s mission is to ensure that wildlife and wild lands thrive in modern Africa. AWF’s core value is, and has always been, African-led conservation. AWF currently works in large landscapes covering parts of 16 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, and have identified a list of more than 40 priority conservation landscapes considered critical areas for the organisation to work in the future. AWF’s holistic conservation strategy involves three key programme areas that work to balance the competing needs of people and wildlife through: 1) land protection; 2) wildlife conservation; and 3) projects to help achieve sustainable development for Africa’s people through conservation enterprise, education and capacity building.

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