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The Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservancies Association (MMWCA) is a Kenyan commitment, to conserve the greater Maasai Mara ecosystem, through a network of protected areas (conservancies and conservation areas).

VISION

A cultural landscape where communities and partners secure wildlife and sustainable livelihoods for a better future.

MISSION

To conserve the greater Maasai Mara ecosystem, through a network of protected areas, for the prosperity of all – biodiversity and wildlife, the local population, and recreation and tourism for the nation of Kenya.

MAP

Map to the Primary & Secondary Mara Conservation Areas Boundaries, including Conservancies, Community Conservation Areas, Corridors & Buffers.

Our Impact in the Greater Mara

Number of
Conservancies

8 14

The number of conservancies has increased from 8 in 2015 to the current 14 in 2017.

75%
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Area under
Conservancies

970 1420

The area under conservancies increased to 1420 km2 in 2017 from 970 km2 in 2015, an area almost the same size as that of MMNR.

46%
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Number of
Tourism Partners

34 39

In a short span of two years, the number of tourism partners has increased from 36 in 2015 to 49 in 2017.

14%
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Wildlife
Corridors

Two Major ones

MMWCA has been able to secure two major wildlife corridors in the last one year.

2
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Number of
Landowners

3,000 13,625

The number of landowners has increased from 3,000 in 2015 to 13,625 by 2017.

454%
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Number of
Rangers

178 258

The number of rangers is currently 258, up from 178 in 2015.

45%
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Mara Conservancies

Delighted to have taken time today to be part of the Narok County Stakeholders Forum at the Narok Stadium. @kwskenya @Munira_Bashir @KWCAKenya @sopia_daniel @NarokCountyGov1 pic.twitter.com/0ar0…

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Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservancies Association

Delighted to have taken time today to be part of the Narok County Stakeholders Forum at the Narok Stadium. This forum was an important one as it sought to bring together all players across the county to streamline county development, linking partner activities with the Narok CIDP as well as National Policies and the Presidential BIG FOUR. Speaking at the forum, our CEO Daniel Sopia expressed our commitment in partnership with our partners to train over 2,000 youths, engage our tourism partners to employ 70% local workforce and work hand in hand with the Narok County Government to conserve the Greater Mara ecosystem. ... See MoreSee Less

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