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The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in northern Kenya is an award-winning model for community conservation. Spanning 65,000 acres of protected wilderness, the conservancy is the center of wildlife conservation, sustainable development, and responsible tourism in the region.
Home to 11% of Kenya's rhinos, Lewa also holds the world’s single largest resident population of the endangered Grevy's zebra. Over 70 other mammal species including elephant, lion, giraffe, leopard, cheetah and buffalo also thrive on the conservancy. An estimated 50,000 people directly benefit from Lewa's development programs in education, health, water management, infrastructure upgrades, micro-enterprise initiatives, and improved security. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is featured on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature's Green List of successful protected areas.