Headquartered in the Tsavo Conservation Area (TCA), Kenya, Tsavo Trust is an action orientated, field-based, Kenyan not-for-profit conservation organization that works to give the wildlife and people of Tsavo the right to a future. They are working towards protecting wildlife and its habitat as well as promoting community engagement in conservation challenges in the TCA, Kenya.
Tsavo Trust is a team of professionals from the world of conservation and wildlife management, with a long history of living and working in the Tsavo region, and an understanding of its importance to Kenya. The group was lucky to meet up with co-founder and CEO Richard Moller, who is one of the country’s most respected hands-on conservation project managers. He brings 15 years of practical field experience in wildlife conservation. The TCA holds significant wildlife populations, both inside and outside the National Parks, including extremely large numbers of high value species – elephant and black rhino (40% and 18% of Kenya’s populations, respectively). Tsavo Trust work is focused within wildlife, community and animal welfare programs.
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