How can you make a difference?

By visiting Loisaba Conservancy, you are already playing a role in sustaining a vibrant future for the communities and wildlife that share the rugged lands of northern Kenya.

We invite you to increase your impact by supporting charitable projects that address urgent needs, both for nature and for people. To make a gift please use the secure form below; your gift can either support a local community project or a wildlife and conservation related project on Loisaba.

Rhinos at Loisaba

Loisaba has received conditional approval from KWS (Kenya Wildlife Service) to become a Rhino Sanctuary.

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Some examples of how far your gift can go:

(this list is illustrative of the types of community conservation priorities your gift will support)

USD 25

provides a school uniform for a child

USD 100

supplies a wildlife ranger with kit and food for a month

USD 800

provides elephant protection and monitoring for a month

USD 1000

funds the anti-poaching tracker dog team for a month

USD 2,800

provides a year of secondary schooling for a child

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Rhinos at LoisabaA new project worth supporting!

Loisaba has received conditional approval from KWS (Kenya Wildlife Service) to become a Rhino Sanctuary.

Black rhinos were last seen at Loisaba in the early 70’s, and it is an aim to make Loisaba a permanent home for rhinos again. Laikipia is already a stronghold for the eastern black rhino, with proven success in the similar environments to Loisaba such as Ol Jogi, Ol Pejeta and Lewa-Borana, which are prime black rhino habitat. The national black rhino action plan recognises the need to identify areas for population expansion to achieve the vision of attaining a metapopulation of 2,000 rhinos. Establishing a new rhino sanctuary in Loisaba conservancy will help achieve this vision, and contribute meaningfully to the Biological Management of the black rhino (D.b. michaeli) as Kenya strives to achieve the goal of a minimum population of 830 black rhinos by the end of 2021.

The reintroduction of rhinos to Loisaba not only provides habitat in order to maintain a population growth rate, but also creates an opportunity to widen the gene pool by creating a new breeding population with individuals from several different sanctuaries that have successfully reached carrying capacity.

In order to be ‘rhino ready’, we are working together with The Nature Conservancy to raise funding for the extra costs associated with providing infrastructure and monitoring for rhinos. If you would like to help us bring rhinos home to Loisaba, please click the button below: