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Enonkishu Stakeholders Company Limited

Org #77307
Vetted since 2020
2018
year founded
$21,375
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Enonkishu Stakeholders Company Limited 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 liv... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Rebekah Karimi
Rebekah Karimi
Team
Rebekah R Karimi
Organization Information
PO Box 961-20500
Narok, 20500
Kenya
+254741403867
Organization Information
PO Box 961-20500
Narok, 20500
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:

Sep 17, 2021
Q2 2021 Enonkishu Conservancy Highlights
Wild dogs made appearances three times throughout the quarter, one group of at least four in May, and another two males seen twice in June (Figure 1). Kisaru, a female cheetah who put Enonkishu on...
Jul 27, 2021
Q1 2021 Enonkishu Conservancy Highlights
HIGHLIGHTS FROM JAN-MAR 2021 There were four sightings of the seven wild dogs throughout the quarter, with the last observation made on 20 February (Figure 1). Kisaru spent the majority of the...
Apr 12, 2021
Q4 2020 Enonkishu Conservancy Highlights
HIGHLIGHTS FROM OCT-DEC 2020: Sightings of wild dogs in Enonkishu have been frequent as our “gang of four” joined up with some males from the Pardamat pack (Figure 1). Kisaru’s...
 
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