The Conservancy

In the late 60s, the Swaleh Nguru family was involved in construction work on the Malindi-Garsen road. This provided an opportunity to enter in livestock trade in the area. The business expanded following a partnership between the family and a stock trader based in Witu through the purchasing of…

Contact

How to contact us The information contained in these pages has been prepared and approved by the Board of Trustees of the Kipini Wildlife and Botanical Conservancy. As time passes, new projects and activities are implemented, bringing new challenges and opportunities. As such, it…

Friends of KWBC

Friends of Kipini Conservancy Join us now and become a Friend of Kipini Conservancy, to help us conserve the only wildlife corridor on the East African coast and to ensure the future of our projects. Conservation can only be established through the help and…