Monthly Report 2017
Monthly Report 2016
A total of 434 people were arrested by our rangers in 2016 – even if we remove the 115 people arrested for illegal logging and charcoal burning we still broke the record, set last year, of 318 arrests.
Monthly Report 2015
The Chief Executive met with some members of the International Conservation Caucus (ICCF) and their Conservation through Development group headed by Mr David Barron on the 4th.
The heavy rains continued throughout the first three weeks in June, with several exceptional storms along the escarpment resulting in severe flooding of the lower road to Oloololo.
The rains continued throughout April – with some heavy storms from the 11th. By the end of the month there had been considerable damage to our roads and most of the Triangle was waterlogged.
Monthly Report 2014
A Mr Joseph Tipanko ole Karia submitted a petition to the Senate entitled “The financial mismanagement and irregularities in procurement by the County Government of Narok”.
Rain stopped at the beginning of the month but then returned with a vengeance on the 15th, with several extremely heavy storms, before subsiding again during the last week.
We had light rain for first week of September – it then dried out for ten days before we had two days of very heavy rain from the 17th and then again at the end of the month.
The April rains appear to have failed and unless we see any substantial rain in May we can expect a severe drought – we can expect intermittent storms between June and November, but they will probably be insufficient for significant grass growth.
Monthly Report 2013
The rains started in earnest on the 9th, but the scattered thunderstorms in the first week of December were sufficient to send the wildebeest back into Tanzania.
If we look further, we are going through a drought in many parts of the country; there is a maize shortage of ten million bags, cattle are dying in the thousands and a second pillar of our economy will suffer.