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July 10, 2019

Job Announcement: CEO of the Conservation Alliance of Kenya

The Conservation Alliance of Kenya is recruiting a Chief Executive Officer to manage the day-to-day affairs of the organization, to be more effective in harnessing our […]
July 10, 2019

Job Announcement: Communications and Administrative Officer

The Conservation Alliance of Kenya is recruiting a Communications and Administrative Officer to systematize the affairs of the organization and build the brand of the Alliance. […]
February 27, 2019
urbanization and wildlife juxtaposition

Event: Forum on Conservation and Development

CAK invites you to an important and timely discussion on conservation and development in protected areas this Thursday 28th February, 9 a.m., at the African Wildlife Foundation […]
October 25, 2018
CAK logo

Special Announcement, Oct-2018

The CAK Board has been successful in securing funds to allow it to appoint a Secretariat to the Alliance, and to commence with more active, vital […]
July 19, 2018
Diceros bicornis; Black Rhino

Statement on Rhino Translocation and Deaths in Tsavo

Statement on Rhino Translocation and Deaths in Tsavo The recent deaths of nine black rhinos (Diceros bicornis), a Critically Endangered species is a singularly horrific and unprecedented event […]
October 27, 2017
Kenya species change in population

Voices in Conservation Series: Wildlife Trends in Kenya and Implications for the future

On the 26th of September, the Conservation Alliance of Kenya hosted Dr. Joseph Ogutu, Dr. Mohammed Said and Mr. Ojwang’ for a round-table talk under the […]
September 26, 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

Wildlife Migratory Corridors and Dispersal Areas: Kenya Rangelands and Coastal Terrestrial Ecosystems

A seminal report towards the fulfillment of the Kenya Vision 2030 Flagship Project: “Securing Wildlife Migratory Routes and Corridors” Reference: Gordon O. Ojwang’, Patrick W. Wargute, […]
January 10, 2017
Giraffe in Nairobi National Park

SGR Phase 2A: NEMA Issues License Despite Considerable Gaps in Social, Economic and Environmental Analysis

The National Environment Management Authority has issued to the Kenya Railways the go-ahead EIA license for SGR Phase 2A, amidst concerns over the integrity of due […]
December 10, 2016
SGR Phase 2A ESIA NEMA Public Hearing--Media interview conservationist

SGR Phase 2A: CAK Submits Comments Recommending EIA Revisions on Fundamentals

Comments on the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) on the Proposed Standard Gauge Railway Project from Nairobi South Railway Station-Naivasha Industrial Park-Enoosupukia, Narok Members and […]