Undeterred by fatal human wildlife conflicts and Covid-19, the brave Wildlife Works Rangers stand strong alongside their dedicated Wildlife Works Kenya team colleagues to protect the Kasigau Corridor forest and wildlife and to continue to serve the local community.
Despite difficult circumstances globally, the Wildlife Works, Kasigau Corridor REDD+ Project continues to deliver life-changing impact to the 120,000 people who live in and around the project area.
This would not be possible without the consistent support of progressive companies who choose to purchase carbon credits from Kasigau to offset their unavoidable emissions.
With great pride we take this opportunity to highlight some of the many awe-inspiring achievements of the Wildlife Works staff and the local community who are protecting their forest for the benefit of everyone.
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