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We’re taking on some of Kenya’s most pressing challenges by strengthening governance, diversifying economies, and improving natural resource management.
TNC strives to help Kenya build resilient human and natural communities that are better equipped to adapt to an uncertain future that includes drought, economic shocks, and political change.
On Kenya’s North Coast, a group of women decided to try something daring. They are closing off a critical octopus fishery for four months at a time — a move that is resulting in big benefits for people and nature.
Innovative lease agreements are opening up wildlife corridors and improving livelihoods in Kenya’s Maasai Mara.
TNC partner Communities Health Africa Trust (CHAT) is using a Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) approach to create healthier families and healthier landscapes in Kenya.
A new project with Lion Landscapes at Loisaba Conservany is using technology to prevent livestock attacks before they happen.