A monthly Report from the Community Outreach Program

In June 2015, the DSWT hosted seven school trips, two wildlife video shows, planted 100 seedlings, donated assorted sports equipment and books to schools in the TCA whilst taking part in Kenya Water Towers Agency development strategies for the Chyulu Hills and Kibwezi Forest ecosystems

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In June 2015, the DSWT hosted seven school trips, two wildlife video shows, planted 100 seedlings, donated assorted sports equipment and books to schools in the TCA whilst taking part in Kenya Water Towers Agency development strategies for the Chyulu Hills and Kibwezi Forest ecosystems. 

Communities living in the Tsavo Conservation Area (TCA) have rapidly growing populations, low literacy levels, water scarcity, decreasing food production and low resilience to climate change. The combined effects of these conditions are causing an increase in bush meat poaching, environmental degradation and human-wildlife conflict.