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Current Issue of Swara

$ 9

Wall Calendar

$ 5

Desk Calendar

$ 4

Tote Bag

$ 10

Puss Print T-shirt

$ 15

Greeting Cards

$ 3

Wildlife Spotter

$ 4

Wrist Band

$ 1.5

Lapel Pin

$ 1

Retail prices for the 2017 calendars and season's greeting cards

Wall calendars Desk calendars

Season's greeting cards
(Per packet of 6 cards)

Wildlife Spotters
Kenya Shillings (KSH) EAWLS Members 350.00 250.00 300.00 350.00
Non-Members 500.00 400.00 450.00 400.00
U.S. Dollars EAWLS Members 3.50 2.50 3.00 3.10
Non-Members 5.00 4.00 4.50 4.00
Great Britain Pounds (GBP) EAWLS Members 2.80 2.00 2.50 2.50
Non-Members 4.00 3.10 3.50 3.10
Euro (€) EAWLS Members 2.20 3.10 2.70 3.10
Non-Members 4.50 3.60 4.00 3.60

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We are currently engaging with the following major campaigns. Join us by either writing to us or by campaigning on social media. We shall keep you informed on new developments as well as how you can get involved.

1. Offshore Sand Dredging in Kenya’s South Coast

There is ongoing sand dredging between 0.5 and 1km offshore of Kenya’s South Coast from Likoni through Waa to Tiwi that is to provide sand for the reclamation work of the Standard Gauge Railway’s (SGR) main Railway Container Terminal and Marshaling Yard at Port Reitz. This activity is in danger of destroying reefs, fishing areas, fish breeding grounds, sea grasses and sea turtle breeding areas and subsequently turning one of Kenya’s famed beautiful beaches into rocky fields.
EAWLS is working closely with the communities living in this area led by the South Coast Resident’s Association (SCRA) in conjunction with Kwale County Natural Resources Network (KCNRN) to ensure that the dredging is permanently stopped until such a time when a full Environmental and Social Impact Assessment study is done to the satisfaction of all stakeholders and the general public in the Coastal region. Furthermore, we are pushing for this dredging to follow the international standards for sea sand harvesting which is between 5 to 10 kilometers from the shoreline.

2. The Southern Bypass and the Nairobi National Park
The Kenya National Highway Authority (KeNHA) is constructing bypasses to ease Nairobi’s incessant traffic. In 2012, there was an attempt by KeNHA to encroach into the Nairobi National Park and the East African Wild Life Society (EAWLS) and key partners went to court on this matter and won the case.
Earlier this year, KeNHA requested an alignment that will encroach into Nairobi National Park again. This new alignment is required to satisfy the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) requirement of having 500 metres clear ground from the end of the runway at Wilson Airport. EAWLS awaits KCAA confirmation of the 500 metre requirement, and until then we will continue pushing for the alignment curve to be reduced accordingly and the original route followed.

3. The Drying of Umani Springs and the Umani Mtito Andei Water Supply Project
The Umani Mtito Andei water supply project implemented by Kenya’s Ministry of Water and Irrigation in Makueni County is contributing to the receding of ground water levels which will lead to the drying of Umani springs and the demise of the ground-water dependent Kibwezi Forest ecosystem.
Despite the clear damage of the ecosystem by water over-abstraction, the use of erroneous data and the breach of various legal stipulations, EAWLS went to court to halt this project and further conducted an independent hydrological survey. The matter is still in court.

4. The Standard Gauge Railway and the Nairobi National Park
The Government of Kenya (The Kenya Railways Corporation) is constructing a modern, high-capacity Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) for both freight and passengers, a realignment of 11.6Km of which 8.85Km will be within the Nairobi National Park (NNP) has recently been approved by the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on condition that the railway line does not to annex any land as had earlier been proposed but provide an easement. EAWLS is closely monitoring this construction to ensure that no parties breach the agreement that was signed for the easement.


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Supporting EAWLS signifies your dedication to conservation and wise use of the environment in East Africa. Your donations helps us protect wildlife and the environment, while also improving governance and local livelihoods.

For a donation, we have now made it possible for you to enjoy tax relief if you live in the USA or UK.

1. For USA, we have a formal partnership with Lewa USA, who enjoy 501(c)(3) tax relief entitlement for donations and legacies. The donations have to be made out to Lewa USA but it is easy to indicate that the donation is committed to EAWLS through the Lewa Wildlife programme. The donation can be made by visiting or if you would like to make the donation by cheque, please make it out to Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and mail it to 38 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941 with EAWLS noted on the memo line. Credit card donations can be made by calling Lewa USA’s Executive Director, Ginger Thomson at 415.627.8187.

2. For UK, we have now registered East African Wild Life Society (UK) as a UK Registered Charity (Charity No. 1153041). Donations would be entitled to tax relief. EAWLS (UK) has a dedicated bank account and the details can be provided by contacting Rose Chemweno at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you are interested in making a bank transfer. If you wish to use the cheque option, then these should be made out to East African Wild Life Society (UK) and sent to Mrs Emma Stewart, Townend of Grange, Dunlop, Kilmarnock, KA3 4EG

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The EAWLS Volunteer and Internship Scheme is designed to provide graduates and interns interested in working in conservation the opportunity to develop their experience and skills by working with a regional conservation organization and contribute directly to conservation activities.

Support and advice is given in developing skills useful to further employment within the field of conservation and environmental protection. Volunteer appointments may last from 3 months to 1 year, although no specific time commitment is required. Volunteers will in effect work as staff of the EAWLS, based in the main office at Riara Road, Kilimani in Nairobi or attached to a field project.

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