Hilltop wildlife monitoring Camera trapped leopard cub Man-made dam Maasai culture

Enonkishu Stakeholders Company Limited

Org #77307
Vetted since 2020
2014
year founded
$25,108
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Kileleoni Limieted is a not-for-profit limited company which manages Enonkishu Conservancy. The conservancy covers 1705 ha on the northern boundary of the Mara Serengeti Ecosystem. Thirty-two Maasai title holding landowners are paid a conservation levy for limiting land use within the conservancy boundaries. Mission Statement: Enonkishu Conservancy is focused on providing community support to rebuild wildlife populations, enhance community living standards and improve education and health. Strategically modeled to be self-sustaining and scalable, Enonkishu projects to achieve breakeven operations within three years. Two-thirds of Kenya's rich wildlife population lives outside the natio... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Rebekah Karimi
Rebekah Karimi
Team
Rebekah R Karimi
Organization Information
Mama Ngina Street, N of Nairobi
PO Box 106327
Nairobi, 00101
Kenya
+254741403867
Organization Information
Mama Ngina Street, N of Nairobi
PO Box 106327
Nairobi, 00101
Kenya
+254741403867

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Aug 12, 2022
Q1 2022 Enonkishu Conservancy Highlights
HIGHLIGHTS FROM JAN-MAR 2022:   Kisaru, a female cheetah who put Enonkishu on the map after raising 6 cubs in 2019, was absent from Enonkishu this quarter, but one of her daughter’s,...
Apr 20, 2022
Q4 2021 Enonkishu Conservancy Highlights
There were no reported sightings of wild dog in Enonkishu this quarter, but two were seen in Lemek toward the end of December. Kisaru, a female cheetah who put Enonkishu on the map after raising 6...
Dec 21, 2021
Q3 2021 Enonkishu Conservancy Highlights
HIGHLIGHTS FROM JUL-SEP 2021 Two male wild dogs were seen throughout the quarter, always observed by rangers from Chali Chali camp, with a few other reports from neighboring herders. Kisaru, a female...
 
WARNING: Javascript is currently disabled or is not available in your browser. GlobalGiving makes extensive use of Javascript and will not function properly with Javascript disabled. Please enable Javascript and refresh this page.