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Kenya's new Wildlife Laws, Impact on Conservancies

Posted: 15th Aug 2017 11:00:00 AM

Kenya's new Wildlife Laws, Impact on Conservancies
Kenya's new Wildlife Laws, Impact on Conservancies

When the first conservancies emerged in the 1990s it was not the result of a specific top-down policy, but rather a response to the growing calls to recognize landowners and communities as the custodians of their wildlife. At that time there was no legal framework defining or regulating conservancies, and an interesting mosaic of government, NGOs, and private sector supported the creation and management of conservancies. The lack of policy and regulations may in fact be a driver for their growth, providing room for experimentation with models suited to particular contexts, and encouraging participation by those that might otherwise be wary of top-down agendas.

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