NAROK (Xinhua) — A Chinese-led organization has donated a vehicle to a conservancy in southwest Kenya to facilitate anti-poaching efforts.
It is not the first time Zhuo and his foundation make donations to the conservancy since its founding in 2011.
In 2014, the foundation donated a motorcycle, some cameras and mobile radios to the conservancy to facilitate patrol and anti- poaching efforts. It also donated four vehicles and other equipment, like GPS and spot lights, to Maasai Mara National Reserve and Kenya Wildlife Service in 2013.
The foundation, based in the conservancy, is the first wildlife organization run by a Chinese in Africa.
It is dedicated to protecting the big cats, saving wildlife habitat, reducing human- animal conflict, and raising public awareness.
Covering an area of 73 square kilometers, the OL Kinyei Conservancy is an important corridor in the northern end of Mara- Serengeti ecosystem.
It is home to a variety of wildlife, including lions, elephants, giraffes, and wildebeests.