Vision: A well-managed environment and natural resource base benefiting People and Wildlife

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We are a not-for-profit non-governmental organization based in Kenya whose mission is to contribute ...

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What We Do

Our work is organized around three themes. These are conservation, people’s organizations and live...

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Partnerships

We partner with development organizations, government, civil society and communities to promote sust...

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Who's Africa Nature?

The need for a grassroots organization that would galvanize communities across Africa to positively contribute towards sustainable management of natural resources was an idea born out of a discussion by a group of environment and natural resource management practitioners gathered in Arusha Tanzania in 2010. The idea was subsequently shared with other like-minded individuals and culminated in the formation and subsequent registration of Africa Nature Organization as Non-Governmental Organization on the World Wetlands Day 2nd February 2012. Our focus has been to promote sustainable environmental and natural resource management best practices among grassroots communities working closely with civil society organizations, private sector actors and Government.

Latest News, Updates and Events

The environment and natural resource management sector got a boost with the launch of grant facility managed by Act! The Changieni Rasili Mali (CRM) Facility,a four year grant from the Government of Sweden and UKaid, was launched at the Norfolk Hotel on the 21st November 2012. The CRM Facility will facilitate the participation of citizens […]

Kenya, like many developing countries, is at a cross roads in meeting rising energy demands for economic and other development needs. The energy crisis is acerbated by climate changes and fluctuating oil prices from the Middle East. The discovery of oil in Turkana and pockets of gas along the coast of Kenya is not good […]

The Secretariat of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands announced the listing the Tana River Delta as a Wetland of International Importance on its website on the 12th October 2012. The Tana River Delta Ramsar Site covers 163,600 hectares at 02°27’S 040°17’E. It becomes the 6th Ramsar site in Kenya and the first outside the Rift […]