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Maungu Community Livestock Welfare Initiative


Initially established in response to an increase in illegal wildlife poaching in Tsavo, our regular livestock welfare clinics are now delivering significant benefits to farmers, livestock and wildlife. 

Over the past decade, harsh conditions, an extended drought and poor animal husbandry led to significant livestock losses, forcing an increasing number of people to poach wildlife in order to feed their families. 

By improving animal welfare practices, we've not only improved the health and wellbeing for the animals and those consuming their products, but also increased the economic benefits to the community, as they are now producing a better yield of product that can be sold for a higher price, and at the same time dramatically reducing the number of livestock losses through disease. 


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