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AFRICAN
CONSERVATION CENTRE

 

Saving African wildlife through sound science, local initiatives, and good governance.

ACCHOME
 

An indigenous African conservation initiative:  ACC’s primary aim is to bring together the people and skills needed to build East Africa’s capacity to conserve wildlife. Its conservation programs are based on a 5-pronged approach.

 

American ranchers and Maasai pastoralists exchanged ideas. Click for the fuller picture - opens in a pop-up window.
CONSERVATION STRATEGY
ACC brings together the people and skills needed to build East Africa 's capacity to conserve wildlife through sound science, local initiatives and good governance.
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PROGRAM
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ACC’s work has focuses mainly in the Amboseli ecosystem, the Mara ecosystem and the Southern Rift Valley. In these areas, ACC has established wildlife associations, land trusts, wildlife sanctuaries, ecotourism lodges and community associations.
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Conservation & People, Issue 1, October 2005. Click for the fuller picture - opens in a pop-up window.
PUBLICATIONS

ACC contributes to national and international advances in conservation through research, policy development, workshops and publications.
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LATEST CONSERVATION REPORTS

PDF FORMATWill Kitengela survive?
Kitengela is an important livestock and wildlife area that borders Nairobi National Park which is situated less than 10 km from Nairobi City . The area has undergone tremendous transformation in the last decade or so, primarily resulting from changes in land tenure.

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SORALO IS BORN…

The South Rift Association of Land owners (SORALO) was launched on Tuesday 20th September 2005 at ACC offices. This association made up of landowners from 14 group ranches that span the south rift covers areas between Namanga, Magadi and Loita. It's main purpose is to spearhead the opening up of the southern tourism circuit and also promote the creation of conservation areas in the face of on-going sub-division of group ranches.

ACC is a registered Non Governmental Organisation No. OP.218/051/94212/496 in Kenya.
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