Wildlife and People: Conflict and Conservation In Masai Mara Kenya
Professor Nigel Leader-Williams
DICE - Durrell Institute of Conservation & Ecology, DICE - Durrell Institute of Conservation & Ecology
Host Country Institutions:
Dept of Resource Surveys and Remote Sensing, KWS - Kenya Wildlife Service, WWF - East Africa, Narok County Council, Trans Mara County Council, Moi University
To contribute to participative planning of the Masai Mara Park
10 Masaii rhino rangers 10 Masaii community scouts trained for 8 weeks in reporting methods and use of modern technology; 1 Maasai research assistant trained over 3 years; 4 stakeholder dissemination workshops; 2 PhD students; 2 MScs; 6 scientific papers.
Related Projects: Community-driven conservation and ecotourism in the Mara ecosystem, Kenya
, Black Rhino conservation and ecotourism impacts in North Western Namibia
, Transnational conservation planning in the Maputaland ecoregion of Southern Africa
, The Greater Masai Mara Community Scout Programme
, Can hunting and conservation of endemic Annamite ungulates be reconciled?