Wildlife resources are important socio-economic and bio-ecological assets that provide direct and indirect benefits and support human well-being. They also provide the biological space through which a myriad of human activities and life depend on. We believe that understanding the wildlife biological space is important in project development guiding investment and establishment of conservation infrastructure or projects within the wildlife space. We have therefore aligned ourself to offer professional support to understanding of wildlife resources, their socio-economic role, sustainable utilization and management for the benefit of the people of Kenya, both within the protected area and community conservation areas.
If you are a developer, state and non-state agency, NGO, local or foreign investor in the wildlife sector, we invite you to utilize our pool of scientists and wildlife information to guide your investment in the wildlife/biodiversity sector. The Institute offers scientific evidence-based decision-making professional services that are tailored towards addressing today’s wildlife conservation and management challenges, investments and opportunities.