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Ewaso Lions

April 24, 2021
9:15 am PDT

Ewaso Lions is dedicated to conserving lions and other large carnivores by promoting co-existence between people and wildlife. They are an independent 100% African wildlife conservation organization based in northern Kenya which engages and builds the capacity of key demographic groups (warriors, women, and children) by developing approaches to reduce human-carnivore conflict. They conduct applied research and work with our communities to address ecological problems. The team carries out educational initiatives to reinforce traditionally held beliefs and the evolving culture of wildlife conservation across the landscape. The following speakers from Ewaso Lions will also be joined by Mama Simba Coordinator Munteli Lalparasaroi, Head of Security Francis Lendorop, and Field Officer Yesalai Lemachokoti.

Resson Kantai Duff is speaking in the Conservation in Local Hands roundtable.


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Resson Kantai Duff

Deputy Director

Resson is a Kenyan with a fierce love for wild spaces. She obtained her master’s in Biodiversity, Conservation, and Management from the University of Oxford and her undergraduate degree in Zoology from the University of Nairobi. She also serves on the board of the Conservation Alliance of Kenya. She previously served as Head of Awareness at Save the Elephants and was also a writer and editor for the International Institute for Sustainable Development Reporting Services. She is passionate about getting more Kenyans involved and engaged in conservation issues, recently launching the Beyond Boundaries KE initiative to make that possible.

Photography credit: Jillian Knox, Susan McConnell