Conservation Kenya


Cultivating a Greener Tomorrow: A Brief on the National Tree Growing Exercise 🌳

In a resounding success for environmental conservation, over 1,300 trees took root during the recent national tree planting exercise across the Amboseli ecosystem. Despite school closures and relentless rainfall, Lemongo Primary School stood resilient as pupils, guided by Head Teacher Mr Samson, seized the opportunity to sow seeds of change. This event aimed to instil […]


Amboseli National Park’s Wildlife Census.

In a remarkable display of dedication to wildlife conservation, CHD Conservation Kenya, together with enthusiastic volunteers from Amboseli, aided the Kenya Wildlife Service in conducting a comprehensive wildlife census spanning eight distinct blocks within the Amboseli National Park. Census data, collected through meticulous wildlife counts, serves as a cornerstone in conservation efforts. It provides critical […]


Planting Seeds of Change in Amboseli.

The Tupende Mazingira School Outreach Program is once again in full swing for its 3rd term edition. This vital initiative plays a pivotal role in our mission to rejuvenate the Amboseli ecosystem. At its core, this program believes that the path to change starts with nurturing the roots of transformation—our children. The program’s approach is […]


CHD Conservation Kenya CEO Collins Busuru Selected as Girl Rising Future Rising Fellow

We are pleased to announce the selection of our CEO, Collins Busuru, as a Fellow for Girl Rising. The Girl Rising Future Rising Fellowship is a global initiative, that annually identifies 10 outstanding young leaders aged 17 to 25. Busuru’s Future Rising Project will spotlight the narratives of young Maasai girls in Amboseli and their […]


Urafiki Carovana School’s Unforgettable Experience at CHD’s Oldonyo Musa Eco Camp.

In a remarkable event that showcased the merging of education, conservation, and cultural appreciation, CHD Conservation Kenya welcomed a group of 45 enthusiastic students from Urafiki Carovana School for a two-day camping experience at CHD’s Oldonyo Musa Eco Camp. During their stay, the students were treated to an enlightening visit to Amboseli National Park, guided […]

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Empowering Tomorrow’s Women with our Girls’ Mentorship Camp.

CHD Conservation Kenya held its August transformative girls’ Mentorship camp at its research centre in Ol’donyo Musa, Lemong’o. The three-day program aimed to empower 30 aged 13 and 19 from Lemong’o with the skills, knowledge and confidence needed to excel in their academics and in becoming future leaders in their communities and in the conservation […]


CHD Conservation Kenya Hosts United States Forest Service.

CHD Conservation Kenya was delighted to host officials from the United States Forest Service (USFS) who financed our Carbon Restoration & Conservation Education Centre which comprises a tree nursery and model kitchen garden. In attendance was their Africa and Middle East Project Manager, Kristina Bell, USFS Kenya coordinator, Lavender Alwaka and CHD’s founder and Mpala […]