Research Papers & Publications

Research Papers & Publications

Research is directly relevant to management of wildlife and their habitats as it offers important insights into questions and empirical approaches to addressing them. MMWCA coordinates research and conservation activities in the Mara conservancies through a partnership with Kenya Wildlife Trust (KWT). Keep checking here for some of the latest research activities, papers and findings from the Greater Mara Ecosystem.

Saving the Mara through conservancies
Published:March, 2017
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Strategic Plan 2017 – 2020
Published:June, 2017
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Concerns arise over fenced land bordering Maasai Mara
Published:May, 2017
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Conservation Action Plan Briefing Paper
Published:June, 2016
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Trade-offs for climate-resilient pastoral livelihoods in wildlife conservancies in the Mara ecosystem, Kenya
Published: 2017
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Fencing bodes a rapid collapse of the unique Greater Mara ecosystem
Published:January, 2017
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Drought threatens wildlife in world-famous Maasai Mara National Reserve
Published:January, 2017
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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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