Announcing the launch of our new website:

The Taita Taveta Wildlife Conservancies Association (TTWCA) is excited to invite visitors to explore our new, user-centric website at

We have grown in leaps over the last few years, welcoming new team members and strategic partners and introducing a number of innovative programmes.

It was time to create a revamped website that captures where we are and where we are headed in our joint quest to create sustainable, transformational change for the benefit of the communities and conservation efforts in the stunning Tsavo Ecosystem.

Developed with the user experience in mind, the new website is a resourceful and responsive platform that boasts of a refreshed, modern and clean design, with a more intuitive navigation experience based on improved menu functionalities that provide our stakeholders with an easier way to engage with our work, interact with us and browse for information.

“As a leader in transformative conservation in the country’s richest biodiversity ecosystem, it’s important for us to continuously improve our current and prospective stakeholders’ access to valuable information and resources regarding the innovative work, thought leadership and partnerships of Taita Taveta conservancies as well as the challenges and opportunities in the landscape. The new website is pivotal towards us achieving this.” — Alfred Mwanake, coordinator, TTWCA

The new website also launches a more extensive resources section that will house useful tools, informative publications and a newly added Our Stories section, where you can pop in to keep up with the latest news from the region.

Other new features in the website include an improved social media integration as we endeavour to create a more vibrant online community; an ecosystem section that catalogues the colourful cultures and diverse and rare flora and fauna of the landscape; and a section showcasing some of the eco-tourism facilities in the Taita Taveta conservancies.

Visitors to our new website can stay informed and discover the splendour of the Tsavo ecosystem by subscribing to our periodic newsletter.

For any questions, suggestions, feedback or comments, please contact us on