The East African Wild Life Society (EAWLS) is celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year. A high profile event is scheduled for February 2017 where we will unveil our commemorative SWARA.
Starting this month, EAWLS will be running a social media campaign highlighting our rich past and insights.
We appreciate all our partners and members for walking with us in our conservation journey.
Join the conversation using the hashtag #VoiceOfConservation.
The East African Wild Life Society (EAWLS) supported the formation and hosts three national sector-based forums.
|Kenya Forests Working Group (KFWG)
KFWG’s key functions include serving the watchdog role in ensuring sustainable management of forestry resources, advocacy for appropriate policy and legislation in the forestry sector and capacity building of communities in the context of participatory forest management.
For more information, visit the KFWG website here
|Kenya Wetlands Forum (KWF)
KWF is a multi-stakeholder advocacy, knowledge and information-sharing platform that promotes the wise use of wetlands in Kenya.
KWF’s mission is to enhance the sustainable management of wetlands in Kenya by supporting the development of effective laws and policies, innovations and promoting best practices.
For more information, visit the KWF website here
Kenya Wildlife Conservation Forum (KWCF)
KWCF is an independent multi-sector consortium set up to facilitate the conservation and wise use of wildlife.
KWCF ensures that Kenya’s wildlife resources are sustainably managed, with benefits accruing at local and national levels, under the guidance of appropriate policies, legislation and conservation practices. Read more
Please help our vital work by joining the East African Wild Life Society today.
As a member of the East African Wild Life Society you will be helping to ensure that all people in East Africa benefit from the full diversity, beauty and richness of nature.
With as little as KES 1000 or USD 25 a year, your membership contribution will help us to secure and conserve marine areas, forests, wetlands and forests.
We have various categories of membership ranging from individual, corporate, family to student. For a quick view of our current corporate members see the links below.
The Society works through strong partnerships with national, regional and international partners. Our key partners are:
Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS)
Kenya Forest Service (KFS)
National Environment Management Authority (NEMA)
Mara Conservation Fund (MCF)
Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT)
Friends of Nairobi National Park (FoNNaP)
Africa Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW)
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
Kenya Wildlife Conservancies Association (KWCA)
Kijabe Environmental Volunteers (KENVO)
Tanzania Natural Resources Forum (TNRF)
Uganda Wildlife Society (UWS)
World Conservation Union (IUCN)
Fauna and Flora International (FFI)
African Journal of Ecology (AJE)
To learn more about EAWLS and the work that we do. You can download key documents below:
The East African Wild Life Society Strategic plan 2014-2019 - Click Here to Download
The East African Wild Life Society Biennial Report - 2013-2014 - Click Here to Download
Report of the task force on WildLife Security - Click Here to Download
The Charcoal Rules and Regulations 2015 - Click Here to Download
The Kenya Climate Change Act 2016 - Click Here to Download
Forests Conservation and Management Policy 2015 - Click Here to Download