The  Kenya Forest Service (KFS) will continue to work with the RhinoArk Charitable Trust to ensure all forests are secure from human encroachment.

KFS chairman Peter Kirigua said  concerted efforts  by the Rhino Trust team in the last 26 years have helped them control logging, keep off poachers and assist  in achieving a seven percent tree cover in the country.

Kirigua was addressing  officials, participants and spectators of the just-concluded 2014 Rhino Charge at Kalama Conservancy, Samburu County  which  raised Sh102,919,334, crossing the mark of Sh100 million for the first time in the 26-year history of the event. Read more……

Courtesy of in2eastafrica.net

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