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Ecotourism Kenya (EK)

This organization links communities, tourism and conservation. Founded in 1996, Ecotourism Kenya is one of the first ecotourism societies and a leader in the fields of voluntary tourism certification, community asset building through tourism projects, sustainable tourism training / planning , CSR for tour operators and tourism businesses, solutions for waste disposal and energy management , community mobilization and sensitization , product identification, promotion and environmental/ social audits.
Eco tourism Kenya works in collaboration with more than 20 professionals but maintains a lean secretariat of 5 staff members based in Nairobi. All these are committed individuals providing high quality and practical solutions to sustainable tourism challenges.
With 10 years experience, Eco tourism Kenya has an intimate understanding of both the complexities and unique opportunities that eco tourism provides to local people. Visit

Taita/Taveta Wildlife Forum (TTWF)

Taita/Taveta Wildlife Forum (TTWF) is a local Community Based Organization operating in the Tsavo ecosystem but limiting itself to Taita and Taveta Districts. It was incorporated as a Trust under the Perpetual Succession Act Cap 264 of the Laws of Kenya in March 2003. This was facilitated under the CORE1project funded by USAID. It is governed by 15 elected Trustees drawn from its administrative zones – Kasigau, Central, Taita Hills, Tsavo West and Taveta. Visit

Nature Kenya

Nature Kenya is the business name (in Kenya) of the East Africa Natural History Society. The Society was established in 1909 and is the oldest conservation organisation in Africa. The aim of Nature Kenya is to promote the study and conservation of the natural environment. Visit

International Coalition for Responsible Tourism (ICRT)

International Coalition for Responsible Tourism has been created in 2007 thanks to the idea of M. Swan Falandry, co-founder of the GIPF. International Coalition for Responsible Tourism is directed by a coordination group of 3 persons: Guillaume CROMER (International Consultant & Former in Responsible Tourism and Director of SPE Tourism), Véronique FAYARD (Expert in Tourism Industry and Director of Fair Trade Company EkiMondo) and Julien BUOT (Coordinator of the french Association for Fair & Community Based Tourism and Second President of the Réseau Archimède). International Coalition for Responsible Tourism is composed by international professionnals & experts in tourism field, 111 players in 46 countries committed in sustainable tourism and an expert committee composed by experts specialized in one of the three axes of the sustainable development (economic & fair, social & culture, ecology & biodiversity). Visit