EAWLS works to halt the reduction in acreage of land under forest cover See details
A healthy and productive marine and coastal ecosystem that supports sustainable environmental, economic and socio-cultural values for current ... See details
EAWLS aims to provide a platform for constructive dialogue as a multi stakeholder institution on wetlands ... See details
The Society was founded in 1961 when the Wildlife Societies of Tanzania and Kenya - both founded in 1956 - joined together with Uganda wildlife enthusiasts to form the East African Wild Life Society (EAWLS). For over forty (40) years, EAWLS has been at the forefront in the efforts for protecting endangered, rare or threatened species and habitats in East Africa. ...About Us
“To promote conservation and wise use of wildlife and the environment in East Africa”.
In order to realise this mission, EAWLS has been proactive in advocacy, facilitation of conservation education and awareness, promotion of conservation activities, and facilitation of field projects.
Working towards an East Africa where all people can enjoy the full diversity, beauty and richness of nature.
|1.||Promoting the formulation of sound policies and legislation and their implementation in a transparent and corrupt free manner|
|2.||Actively engaging at national and local level, when poor decision making, illegal activities and greed threaten our wildlife heritage|
|EAWLS WORK PRIORITIES|
|Conservation in Action|
|...More on our Work Priorities|
|1.||Providing Poaching Information - please, write to us using this email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the Wildlife Poaching information page|
|2.||Participating in Kenya Wildlife Conservation Forum that meets every first Thursday of the month. Click Here for more details|
|3.||Becoming a Member. Click Here for more details on how to become a member|
|4.||Giving a One off or Regular Donation towards our advocacy Work. Click Here for more details|