Threats such as climate change impact heavily and widely around the world, with the potential to alter the way humans and wildlife live. Unfortunately, Africa bears the biggest burden of climate change despite a global emissions contribution of only 2%, calling for support to adapt and mitigate these impacts.

Natural resources in particular face man-made threats as well as environmental stressors. This makes them vulnerable to degradation and can lead to loss of ecosystem services such as food, timber, recreation, clean water, protection from flooding, and erosion.

We embrace ecosystem/area-based conservation as a way of protecting natural resources for the benefit of current and future generations.

Our inclusive conservation goals contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (SDG 5 – Gender Equality, SDG 13 – Climate Action and SDG 14 – Life Below Water), in line with Kenya vision 2030.




Green turtle


Turtles and humphead wrasse are some of the most endangered marine animals, with both listed as endangered and vulnerable species. This project supported the conservation of endangered turtles and humphead wrasse in Msambweni, Kwale.