Big Life Foundation

Chyulu Hills, Kenya


Using innovative conservation strategies and collaborating closely with local communities, partner NGOs, national parks, and government agencies, Big Life seeks to protect and sustain East Africa’s wildlife and wild lands, including one of the greatest populations of tusker elephants left in Africa.

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Protecting over 1.6 million acres of wilderness in the Amboseli-Tsavo-Kilimanjaro ecosystem of East Africa, Big Life partners with local communities to protect nature for the benefit of all. Big Life recognizes that sustainable conservation can only be achieved through a communitybased collaborative approach. This approach is at the heart of Big Life’s philosophy that conservation supports the people and people support conservation. Big Life’s Community Health Program has been running since early 2018 and has provided primary healthcare services to over 4000 people in that time via monthly integrated outreach clinics in partnership with the Kajiado South Sub-County Department of Health. Their priority is the provision of healthcare as a community benefit from wildlife, as well as increasing education and sensitisation to the benefits.

Community Health Education Film
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