Kenya: Kitale Conservationist Takes a Different Path, and It’s Paying Off

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As wildlife and indigenous trees face the risk of extinction due to human-wildlife conflict, one man in Trans-Nzoia County is on a mission to save them.

He has set up a haven for flora and fauna at Kitale Nature Conservancy, off the Kitale-Kapenguria road.

A former primary school mathematics teacher, Boniface Ndura’s love for environmental conservation has seen him put up a nature conservancy on a 200-acre piece of land surrounded by hundreds of indigenous plants.

The conservancy hosts a botanical…


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