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Kenyan Anti-Poaching Patrol Project


July 2014 - Ongoing


Various locations in Kenya


African Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW), etc.


In the heart of Africa's wilderness, concealed within its natural beauty, perilous snares silently await unsuspecting animals, causing tragic consequences. Nearly 100 lions annually fall victim to these traps in Kenya, with a multitude of other majestic creatures sharing their distressing fate. These treacherous snares, lurking among the landscape, are tied to the illicit Bushmeat trade—a shadowy industry driven by profit from illegally hunted wildlife. Poachers aim for financial gain by mixing wild animals' meat with livestock, accounting for an alarming 40% of meat found in Nairobi's markets, as revealed by the African Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW).


Volunteer Force for Wildlife Protection: Since our inception in 2014, in partnership with ANAW, we have been tirelessly mobilizing volunteers to serve in natural reserves around Nairobi, where they engage in the critical mission of removing snares set by poachers and rescuing wildlife ensnared by these lethal devices. Presently, our ranks boast over 1,000 dedicated volunteers from China and Kenya. Together, they conduct more than 50 patrols and snare-cutting tours, removing over 5,000 snares.

Fundraising Milestone: Aiding Wildlife Guardians: In a significant milestone achieved in May 2021, our students masterminded a successful online fundraising event, generating approximately $2,500 in funds. These funds are earmarked to provide crucial support to anti-poaching personnel and procure essential patrol tools and medical supplies essential for the rescue and rehabilitation of wildlife in need.


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