Giraffe in Nairobi National Park
SGR Phase 2A: NEMA Issues License Despite Considerable Gaps in Social, Economic and Environmental Analysis
January 10, 2017
Community conservancies in wildlife dispersal areas outside national parks and reserves are key to the protection of wildlife migratory routes/corridors. Source: Ojwang’ et al., 2017

A seminal report towards the fulfillment of the Kenya Vision 2030 Flagship Project: “Securing Wildlife Migratory Routes and Corridors”
Gordon O. Ojwang’, Patrick W. Wargute, Mohammed Y. Said, Jeffrey S. Worden, Zeke Davidson, Philip Muruthi, Erustus Kanga, Festus Ihwagi and Benson Okita-Ouma. 2017. Wildlife Migratory Corridors and Dispersal Areas: Kenya Rangelands and Coastal Terrestrial Ecosystems. Nairobi: Government of the Republic of Kenya. Retrieved from
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