Nature Kenya – the East Africa Natural History Society
Established in 1909 to promote the study and conservation of nature in eastern Africa, Nature Kenya – the East Africa Natural History Society – is Africa’s oldest environmental society. Our mission is to connect people with nature and take action for biodiversity conservation.
“Our work is firmly based on partnership, science and action. We use the best available science to inspire positive action for biodiversity by and for partners – The government, local communities and the private sector. We work with, and for people to improve the quality while conserving nature.”
Dr. Paul Matiku – Executive Director, Nature Kenya
BirdLife Africa is developing relationships with various universities to share knowledge and expose African students to the real world of conservation and policy. Read more on the experiences of 3 PhD students who participated in the last UNEA session held in Kenya, from 28th February – 2nd March 2022.
From 2017-2020, BirdLife International carried out a project to help build the resilience of people, biodiversity and land against climate change in the two countries. While the project may have drawn to a close, its legacy is long‑lasting…