Stories from the Greater Mara

Stories from the Greater Mara

We provide you with the latest news about the Greater Mara Ecosystem.

Challenged by low literacy levels and a deeply entrenched patriarchal system, Maasai women have remained side-lined in the management of and benefits derived from Maasai Mara‘s rich natural resources. 20
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In January 2017, a paper published in Scientific reports titled ‘Fencing bodes a rapid collapse of the unique Greater Mara ecosystem’ send cold shivers across the world and spells doom about the future of wildlife in the world famous Mara – Serengeti tourism destination. The deafening rustle of the fencing white paper, obviously, will start a very different debate, how serious the  government is in achieving Vision 2030, where tourism is one of the three key pillars for economic development. Of concern, seemingly, Vision 2030 went with the Kibaki regime since it is hardly referred to by the present Jubilee
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A cultural landscape where communities and partners secure wildlife and sustainable livelihoods for a better future.

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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.

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After signing a memorandum of understanding with Maasai Mara University, 40 students have been awarded scholarships through MMWCA's Mara Vocational training program. This will enhance sustainable conservation and biodiversity for a Greater Mara. @KWCAKenya @USAID @Nature_Africa pic.twitter.com/V7GW…

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