Umoja Woman’s Village
Norkorchom from Turkana moved to Umoja Womens Village in Samburu north Kenya. “Every day I wake and smile to myself".
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Crying for Coal
Local community member Georgina Kimwelele stands with her hoe next to the banks of surface coal in a riverbed right near her home village on Chinese-owned Collum Coal Mine in Sinazongwe, southern Zambia, 2018. Surface mining this bank of coal used to allow her to earn a living enough to send her children to school but recently the Zambian government have given their community land to a Chinese-owned coal mining company who have banned the local community from surface mining. This has had hugely negative results for the community and they are struggling to provide enough food for their families and send their children to school.
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Animal Farm
Pigs being taken from a Kikuyu homestead in Wangige outside Nairobi, to Ndumbuini slaughter house for pigs. World Animal Protection is working to petition the Kenya Government to have clearer rules on animal transportation and enforce those rules better.
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Wildlife Wars
Photos of Friedkin Conservation Fund FCF anti-poaching team patrolling, on the ground checking for fishing and cattle permits, and any illegal activities in Uvinza Open Area in west Tanzania.
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Sudan
Sudan is a captive Northern White Rhinoceros who lives at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia, Kenya. He is known for being the last male of his subspecies in the world and one of only five living Northern White Rhinoceroses in the world. At 42 years old he doesn't have much time left. Sudan was born in Sudan (now South Sudan), caught in Shambe, South Sudan on November 19, 1973, and shipped to the Dvůr Králové Zoo for their Northern White Rhinoceros display. In December 2009, Sudan was moved from the Dvůr Králové Zoo to the Ol Pejeta Conservancy for a "Last Chance To Survive" breeding program. Along with three other Northern White Rhinoceroses, he was taken to Ol Pejeta Conservancy to create a more natural habitat for the animals to induce breeding but Breeding attempts with Sudan at the Conservancy have been unsuccessful.
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Saving The Seas
World Wildlife Fund WWF marine team working to save and protect turtles around Kiunga Marine National Reserve on the north Kenyan coast put a satellite tracking device on a female turtle that has come to the beach to nest at Mkokoni beach. The WWF marine turtle conservation project have 5 satellite tracking devices to place on turtles who come up to nest along the Kenya coast. Story for World Wildlife Fund who supports and helps educate communities in marine conservation part of the World Wildlife Fund WWF Marine Programme helping to protect turtles, livelihoods and sustainable fisheries in Kiunga Marine National Reserve on the north Kenyan coast.
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Tanzania’s Refugee Children
Congolese asylum seeker Kaluta Mwangaza with his 3 year old daughter Onorina. Their family arrived in Nyarugusu Refugee Camp in western Tanzania in January 2017. Kaluta lives with his wife Apendeki, 21 5 month baby Manuela and 3 year old daughter Onorina. He is building a structure and mud around his family's emergency shelter tent after thieves slashed his tent and stole everything.
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Kafue
Sunrise on the Kafue River in Kafue National Park, one of Zambia's most important wildlife, tourism, and wilderness areas. Early season burning, an initiative supported by The Nature Conservancy, a global organisation promoting conservation through working with local communities, attracts animals and birds for easier access to insects and new green grass shoots and prevents late season uncontrolled wildfires which ruin valuable wildlife habitat and reduce the attractions of the Park to tourists, whose visits bring millions of kwacha into the national and local economies, provide employment, and raise Zambia's global reputation.
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