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What's Going On

There is always something exciting happening and we enjoy sharing it with you. Below you will find our latest news articles.

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Ol Jogi Rangers Compete in the 2023 Wildlife Ranger Challenge

Ol Jogi Rangers Compete in the 2023 Wildlife Ranger Challenge

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Improving and Developing our Vet Clinic

Improving and Developing our Vet Clinic

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Transforming our School

Transforming our School

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Rhino Expansion

Rhino Expansion

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Annual Conservation Reports

Ol Jogi produces yearly conservation reports on a broad range of subjects varying from our latest innovative conservation initiatives to our endeavors in helping local communities.

2023 Report

As always with nature, everything is in constant evolution - 2023 was certainly a year of change. From January, we faced difficulties: the land and wildlife were withering after several years of scarce rains. The soil was parched, the vegetation dry, and the animals were struggling. Despite these difficult survival conditions, we were able to maintain a healthy growth of our rhino population, and welcome a new baby rhino orphan. Carnivores thrived and herbivores struggled, presenting us with a share of new conservation challenges.

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2022 Report

The original meaning of the words “Ol Jogi” has become lost in time, possibly the name for a type of thorn in an old, now disused Samburu dialect. The meaning of those words today, however, has no ambiguity. We are the land, the conservancy and the community. We continue in striving to fulfil our mission, of being a leading model for private conservation, with relentless efforts to pioneer new methods and techniques enabling us to protect wildlife and assist local communities.

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2021 Report

2021 was a severely dry year for the entire East African region: we were deprived of the rains for a good part of the year. The drought did not spare us and affected our wildlife and communities around us. Once again, we cannot express with enough gratitude our thanks for the support and help we received from our friends and partners to overcome these new challenges.

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2020 Report

Like for everyone around the world, the past months at Ol Jogi have been full of challenges. Fortunately however, there was nothing like pure wilderness and fresh air to keep a world pandemic at bay

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2019 Report

2018 has been a year of renewed hope for our Ol Jogi Wildlife Conservancy. With elections behind us, it was the perfect year for building afresh, starting from the very top with our new management team: a new General Manager, a new Finance and HR Manager and a new Security Manager.

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2018 Report

2017 was a year of challenging events for Kenya as a whole given presidential election, late rains, and conflict in the north of Laikipia. These events often discourage visitors to Kenya, which is the ultimate strain for wildlife, as it relies on tourism to support its existence.

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2017 Report

Ol Jogi has experienced an exciting and renewed sense of purpose in all our areas of focus, and this newsletter is a reflection of this energy; one that reflects what makes Ol Jogi special, and at the same time shares more vividly all that we do.

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