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I chose to follow Joseph Kimojino, who is part of the Mara Triangle project in Kenya. He lives on a wildlife preservation in Kenya and this is what the groups goals and achievements are:

  1. A clamp down on poaching in the Mara Triangle and the surrounding area.
  2. Improving infrastructure by grading a network of roads within the Triangle, as well as access roads to camps and lodges outside of the Triangle.
  3. Maintain a network of secondary roads and tracks to improve wildlife viewing.
  4. Restore existing ranger stations and install renewable energy and water harvesting systems.
  5. Establish a transparent and modern (IT based) revenue collection systems.
  6. Strengthen relationships between the Reserve and the surrounding areas by encouraging community projects and reward schemes for co-habiting with wildlife.
  7. Encourage sound eco-tourism principles among camps and lodges.

I chose to follow him on twitter because he is in wildlife preservation, an area of which I am very interested in. He not only helps the animals out in that area, but he helps benefit the people and the land.

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Comment by Sarah Shaw Tatoun on April 14, 2010 at 5:45pm
Sounds like a great project, Caitlin. Do you have a link to it?

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