The East African Wild Life Society (EAWLS) is a membership based organization registered in Kenya under the NGO Act of Kenya of 1990. It was founded in 1961. The Mission of the Society is to advocate and collaborate on the safeguarding and sustainable management of East Africa's natural resources.
As a Society, we share a vision where East African nations’ economic, social and ecological considerations are integrated into all development programmes and agenda; where sustainable livelihood benefits are experienced by people; where nature and natural resources are conserved and that the beauty, richness and diversity of our environment is maintained and enjoyed by all. To achieve this vision we work to promote the conservation and wise use of the environment, particularly in; forests and water catchment, marine and coastal areas, wetlands, and species programme areas, by advocating for rational policies and appropriate resource management regimes, in conjunction with promoting best practice and good natural resource governance. The Society hosts the secretariats of the Kenya Forests Working (KFWG), Kenya Wetlands Forum (KWF) and Kenya Wildlife Conservation Forum (KWCF).
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