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Stories from the Greater Mara

We provide you with the latest news about the Greater Mara Ecosystem.

Dear members of MMWCA, partners, and friends,  Our passionate team has been working closely with you to protect the Greater Maasai Mara Ecosystem for generations to come. With this in mind, it is with great pleasure that I share our 2018 Impact Report, which not only highlights our achievements thus far but also our focus on the future.We believe that scalable positive impact to the environmental and social challenges we face does not occur in isolation. A focused strategy and effective measurement system is key to successful implementation of our goals, and this report reflects our methodology and internal analysis
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  “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” – Mahtama Gandhi Kenya has made significant strides to ensure that perpetrators of wildlife crimes in the country are met with tough, harsh penalties as laid down in the Wildlife Conservation and Management Act 2013 (WCMA). The legislation which came into force in January 2014 put the threshold of evidence admissible in a court of law high considering the marching penalties. The need to effectively prosecute cases of animals poaching, trophy trade and trafficking continues as offenders continue to engage
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Introducing our new CEO; Daniel Ole Sopia The Executive Board of the Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservancies Association (MMWCA) has made a change to the leadership team at MMWCA Secretariat. Daniel Ole Sopia has been appointed CEO of MMWCA effective 1st October 2017. Daniel will be responsible for leading MMWCA to the next level, building on the solid foundation and momentum achieved by the MMWCA team. Daniel has vast experience in conservation, establishment of conservancies and in-depth knowledge of community engagement especially in the Mara and tourism in Kenya. He has done a remarkable job with MMWCA’s formation, firstly as the
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