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The Nature Conservancy Africa Year in Review 2014.

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Posted 15 November 2014 - 01:37 PM

Reports The Nature Conservancy in Africa on their Facebook page.

 

Our 2014 Year in Review is ready for you! 

Thanks to our supporters we’ve made exciting progress over the past year. Huge thanks and a high five to each and every one of you! 

 

David Banks, Managing Director TNC Africa writes:

 

When you are in a wild place, it’s easy to forget that the world is changing.
 
But it is. I’m writing from Kenya and this important place is going through some challenges.
 
Kenyan peacekeeping efforts in Somalia have led to sporadic Al Shabab-fueled violence, threatening the country’s significant conservation gains as well as its rapid economic growth. 

 

To read the review, (online PDF document), click here.


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