Kenya’s Ogiek community promote a new vision for conservation in Africa

Enviro & Legislation, International

The home of the Ogiek, a traditional forest-dwelling people, in western Kenya is contested land. “There is an area taken by the Mount Elgon National Park inside our land. There’s another boundary to Uganda, which is left as a reserve, and then the remaining forest was declared Mount Elgon Forest in 1969. The remaining part…

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