The Grevy's Zebra Trust was established in January 2007 to address the urgent need to conserve Grevy's zebra(Equus grevyi) in the community rangelands of Kenya and Ethiopia. We are an independent wildlife conservation Trust registered in Kenya.
The Grevy’s Zebra Trust conserves the endangered Grevy’s zebra and its fragile habitat in partnership with communities
Grey’s zebra are thriving across their natural range in Kenya and Ethiopia and are recognized as national assets. Water and grazing resources are abundant and available to people, livestock and all wildlife. Communities are independently working for and benefiting from conservation.
What We Do
We incorporate human and wildlife interests in all our programs, thus strengthening the customary ties that already exist. Our main activities include:
- Employment of local people to protect and monitor Grevy’s zebra
- Local conservation stewardship through training workshops
- Habitat restoration through planned livestock grazing
- Dry season water management
- Support of secondary school education for pastoral children
- Research projects that link directly to management
In order to maximise the success of our programmes, coordination and close collaboration with partner organisations working in Grevy's zebra conservation is a priority.
Where We Work
We are a small organisation working at scale in Northern Kenya across an area of more than 10,000 sq km in three regions: Wamba, El Barta and Laisamis.MAP: Grevy's Zebra Trust Area Of Operation
Grevys Zebra Trust
PO Box 15351-00509
Nairobi office located at IUCN, Mukoma Road (off Magadi Road), Langata