Wildlife and people: conflict and conservation in Masai Mara, Kenya

This report summarises the main findings of a three-year programme, funded by the Darwin Initiative for the Survival of Species, and carried out in and around the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. The purpose of the programme was to train Kenyans at all levels to undertake monitoring and research into various forms of human-wildlife conflict in the Mara ecosystem, and to use the results of such research to develop recommendations for the management and mitigation of human-wildlife conflict for the benefit of both people and wildlife.