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onservancies are private- or community-owned areas established to safeguard wildlife and allow the owners to derive benefit from these natural resources. In Kenya, they were officially recognised by the Wildlife Act of 2013, and they now represent over six million hectares – roughly 11 per cent of Kenya’s total land area, complementing national parks and reserves by extending

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