“We strive to promote the conservation of Kenya’s biodiversity”
Nature Kenya -the East Africa Natural History Society (EANHS)— Africa’s oldest environmental Society works to study and conserve nature in eastern Africa through the vision “connecting nature and people to take action for biodiversity conservation”.
Strive to enhance knowledge of Kenya’s biodiversity, promote the conservation of key species, sites and habitats, encourage community participation in conservation, and advocate policies favorable to biodiversity conservation.
Main areas of work
Species, site and habitat conservation
Local community empowerment
- Advocacy for ecological sustainability
- Climate change adaptation and mitigation