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The Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservancies Association (MMWCA) is a regional membership organization open to any existing or upcoming wildlife conservancy whose land is part of or integral to the greater Maasai Mara ecosystem (outside of the National Reserve). The MMWCA mission is to conserve the greater Mara ecosystem through a network of protected areas (conservancies and conservation areas) for the benefit of biodiversity and wildlife, the local Mara population and Kenya’s recreation and tourism.

MMWCA has the mandate from its Mara-wide membership to source funds and implement programs that will provide the leadership and coordination to foster a sustainable Mara conservancies’ model that will protect biodiversity conservation through strong representative governance.

If you have the skills, experience, interest and passion to work in conservation and local communities visit this page from time to time for possible opportunities with us for employment, internship and volunteer.

You can also send your curriculum vitae to and we would be glad to contact you whenever suitable opportunities matching your profile arise.

We are an equal opportunity employer.

Current Vacancies

Positions: 1) Principal 2) Accountant 3) Foreign language instructor
Location: Maasai Mara, Narok County.

The Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservancies Association (MMWCA) is a membership organization of all the Mara conservancies, open to any existing or upcoming wildlife conservancy whose land is part of or integral to the greater Maasai Mara ecosystem. MMWCA is a Regional Association of the Kenya Wildlife Conservancies Association (KWCA): one of 12 regional associations across Kenya that collectively play a key role in the growth and development of conservancies nationally. MMWCA has three primary objectives: –

  1. To provide a convening space for open discussions; a hub for knowledge sharing and coordination across conservancies; a voice for advocacy; and driving policy in the interest of conservancies and conservation related issues across the Mara.
  2. Support the creation and development of conservancies and their neighboring areas across the greater Mara ecosystem, as a sustainable form of land-use and to provide mechanisms for equitable and value-based benefit sharing to sustain land under conservation.
  3. Lead and/or implement development and conservation programmes across member conservancies to facilitate coordination, collaboration and synergetic action.

The Organization

Koiyaki Guiding School

The Koiyaki Guiding School (KGS) is a vocational training institute funded partly through third party grants and partly through contributions from Tourist Partners of MMWCA. KGS provides education to school leavers, leading to the Professional Safari Guides Bronze and Silver Level award. Established in 2005, KGS has a vision of being a Centre for excellence in community empowerment and a mission to enhance the employment prospects of young Maasai, at a time when traditional ways of living are being eroded by land scarcity, climate change and modernization. Plans are underway to relocate the school to a more suitable location in terms of expansion of facilities and improved accessibility. Koiyaki Guiding School is also set to undergo transformation that would make it a central hub offering additional diverse courses relating to hospitality, service trades, driving and ranger training among others.

The Board of Management is currently recruiting for the positions of; Principal, Accountant and Foreign language instructor.

To read about these job openings in detail please click the link –

How to Apply

Interested Candidates may apply via e-mail. Applications must include a cover letter and detailed CV stating relevant experience and qualifications, current position, remuneration, contact details and references. Applications must be received on or before 17th July 2018: late submissions will be rejected. Applications should be addressed to: The Chairman, Board of Management, Koiyaki Guiding School, P. O. Box P. O. Box 984, 20500 Narok. E-mail applications should be sent to:


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


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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Today we celebrate Olchorro Oirowua Conservancy and Kenya Wildlife Service for their efforts that have seen Mara Conservancies boast of the only wide-mouth rhinos (Kofi & Queen Elizabeth) in the ecosystem. #WorldRhinoDay

Did you know 10yr old Koffi Annan was born on the date the late former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan negotiated a peace deal between PM Raila Odinga and President Kibaki following the 2007/08 Post-election violence? Now you know!

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