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Kenyan Kids on Safari is very proud of our association with Ewaso Lions, and especially the tremendous boost to kids self esteem in growing up with wildlife and broadening their personal horizons through this new program.

Expanding conservation programs for kids in 2016, Ewaso Lions in Samburu recently concluded the first ever Lion Kids Camp for livestock herding children. The previous five Lion Kids Camps were all with local primary school students. This Camp focused on a new demographic of young Kenyans who play an important role for wildlife: young livestock herders, or “lchokutis” in the local Samburu language. 28 Kenyan children came from villages across Westgate Conservancy for a week of conservation education, activities, and games.

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Ewaso Lions has three Lion Kids Camps planned for 2016, and up to ten in 2017

(in February, April, and August). After three Lion Kids Camps in February, April and August, founder Shivani Bhalla notes they are hoping to expand nationally with 10 camps in 2017 and beyond! They are busy making plans towards this great expansion with support from partnerships, such as KKOS in the Mara.

KKOS to Research Effects of Past Safaris

We are excited to interview a number of Kenyan kids, some now young men with careers, who have participated in our safaris dating back to 2008.

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