In our first phase ( 2015-2018), we demonstrated the importance of growing as a network, providing a united voice and raising the national and international profile of conservancies in Kenya’s wildlife industry. We were able to establish the first national state of conservancies report including Kenya’s conservancies map. In our second journey (2019-2023), we realise more is expected from us this time round.
While our ultimate goal remains the same – to help wildlife conservancies in Kenya thrive – our approach and our role in doing that has shifted. Most critically is that KWCA sees our role as that of a ‘catalyst’ in the conservancy movement, helping to create an enabling environment that will allow conservancies and those working with them grow stronger and more effective
From the plan you’ll learn more about our ambitious goals