Strategic Objectives

Build the collective voice of Baringo conservancies to champion for conservancies development.

Promote Compatible Land Uses for Biodiversity, Conservation and Sustainable Livelihoods.

To Champion and foster Peace and Security initiatives Between ethnic Communities, while Promoting Wildlife and Environment Conservation.

Facilitate networking and collaboration amongst conservancy members and conservation stakeholders.

Promoting a Collective Voice of Conservancies to Secure Biodiversity and Enhance Sustainable Livelihoods for People living in Baringo

Baringo conservancies occur on two main landscapes; the lowlands which includes, Lake Bogoria and Lake Baringo landscapes and the highlands of Kabarnet.


Conservancy Beneficiaries

Registered Conservancy Members

Total Area under Conservancies

Give help where it's needed most

Some Conservancies are currently under pressure from the ever increasing Lake Levels that for the last Year has reached unpredictable levels.


Ruko Community Wildlife Conservancy

It was formed in 2008. It is owned by both Njemps and Pokot communities living alongside one another adjacent to the shores of Lake Baringo.

Chuine Community Conservancy

The purpose of the conservancy is to restore the lost grass, trees and animal species and to conserve for better ecosystem services and to engage in conflict resolution mechanisms.

Ngenyin Community Conservation Area

Is located along the shores of Lake Baringo within Akorian Sub Location, Bartum Location in Kabrtonjo Sub County in Baringo County.

Justification for Conservation.

Conservancies confer opportunity to improve Governance, Security, Better Land Management, Economic growth, Food security, Employment, and Support to Community Projects.

Conservancy News

A Conservation Enterprise for Women in Kiborgoch Conservancy

16 December 2019 By BCCA Communications Team in News

Opportunities for Baringo Conservancies

03 December 2019 By BCCA Communications Team in News

Threats to Baringo Conservancies

03 December 2019 By BCCA Communications Team in News