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A Samburu woman works removing some plants of the invasive species Opuntia to control their spread in Naibunga Upper Conservancy, Laikipia County, Kenya on May 12, 2022. - Opuntia - an invasive plant brought by the British during the colonial period- has colonized the landscape creating serious problems in the ecosystem balance, including unhealthy rangelands that lead to livestock and wildlife sickness.Kenya has lost nearly 70% of its wildlife in the past 30 years. Many conservancies in Kenya are transforming their models towards a community-based approach that allows local communities to improve their livelihoods while promoting conservation and facing the impact of climate change that threatens severely many of these protected areas. By placing communities at the centre of wildlife conservation and improving conservation incentives, conservancies in Kenya are securing livelihoods while reserving wildlife decline, resulting in the protection of Kenya's iconic wildlife for the future generations. (Photo by LUIS TATO / AFP)
2022-05-12
LUIS TATO/AFP/East News
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