We are in the process of setting up a wildlife conservancy on their parcel of land that neighbors Oloruka , Olesayieti, Olorgesailie hills with the aim of conserving Wildlife species, tourism and education. The proposed project is expected to attract many people including members of the local community, schools,institutions, NGO,CBOs, local and international tourists.
The proposed Wildlife Conservancy Park is aimed Baboons, guinea fowl, Elands ,Zebras, Impala ,Mountain Reed buck,Oryx , Vulturine guinea fowls,Crested guinea fowls.
Reptiles Park e.g Rhinoceros horned viper,Gabon viper,Puff adder,Green bush viper,Prickly bush viper,African rock Python , ,Forest cobra,Tree snakes,Chameleons,Monitor lizard,Tortoise,y reforestation of indigenous trees and a botanical garden.
To date certain facilities necessary for the running of the project are available at the proposed project site.They include the main entrance (gate),the reception and store area,Curio shop,toilets for ladies and gents,water tank ,primate cages,reptile pits.
The proposed project expected impacts include but not limited to:
Creation of a wildlife park/conservancy in Enkusero Sampu and around the hills (Oloruka,Olesayietiand Olorgesalie)..
environmental awareness raising on wildlife significance in the ecosystem
Creation of at least 300 employment opportunities tothe youth both directly and indirectly.
Establishment of a research centre to be used by learning institutions and leading researchers both national and international.
Promotion /marketing of tourism in the Southern Region circuit.
Increase in biodiversity as result of the offspring`s back in Enkusero Sampu ,that is introducing Moringa tree and replace the uprooted east African sandalwood trees.
Setting up indigenous tree nursery for replanting back into the forest.
Establishment of a wildlife rehabilitation /rescue centre that would serve the entire southern region.
Making the conservancy a good destination for Nairobi especially from the UN agencies and Nairobi environs