Revenue from wildlife tourism pays for schools and social services Around Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve is Masai-owned land that’s set aside for tourism, earning local people a decent living from conserving their landscapes and wildlife. But as the pandemic stopped the flow of visitors, people here worry their businesses will not survive.
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The Giants Club African Conservation Journalism Fellowships aim to bring more African voices into the international conservation debate
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This article is reproduced here as part of the Giants Club African Conservation Journalism Fellowships, a programme of the charity Space for Giants and supported by the owner of ESI Media, which includes independent.co.uk. It aims to expand the reach of conservation and environmental journalism in Africa, and bring more African voices into the international conservation debate.