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'My land is now owned by lions': Maasai farmers offer Kenya's wildlife a lifeline

Kenya has lost 70% of its wildlife in 30 years, but conservancy schemes could halt the decline - and benefit local communitiesParsaloi Kupai's home, situated on the edge of Ol Kinyei conservancy near the Maasai Mara game reserve, is no different from any other Maasai homestead - oval-shaped huts with an almost flat roof and walls plastered with a mixture of water, mud and cow dung. At the centre of the homestead is a cattle boma, an enclosure where his livestock spends the night, safe from the many predators that roam the area.Kupai, 47, and his two wives chose to live here after they surrendered 69 hectares (170 acres) of land to the 7,500-hectare conservancy. He is among 240 landowners who gave up their highly valued grazing land for the project. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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