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Welcome to Empaash Oloirienito Conservancy Trust (EOC) located in the Kenya Rift Valley whose vision is for man and wildlife to live in harmony. Empaash Oloirientio Conservancy is located south of Nairobi on Maasai lands as shown on the map.  The mission of  Empaash Oloirienito Conservancy Trust (EOC) is to manage the natural, cultural, historical and other heritage resources of EOC in accordance with agreed upon policies, strategies and operational guidelines, so that the unique, vulnerable, valuable and sensitive environmental assets of EOC will be conserved.
 
Empaash Oloirienito Conservancy Trust is a Kenyan tax exempt organization (TRUST) dedicated to preserving and protecting the diversity of the natural wildlife resources of this rich region.  We seek ways in which wildlife and people can co-exist and live together in a symbiotic, mutually beneficial environment for both wildlife and man.  
 
In our efforts to protect wildlife, we are continually striving for new ways in which to accomplish our goals.  These include eco-tourism, economic development, fundraising, education, research, conflict management, and communication.  Our organization is involved in the many aspects of community life in and around the conservancy in order to improve the lives of people and land which will in turn help to protect our wildlife.   
 
 
Our mission is to sustainably manage the natural, cultural, historical and other heritage resources of Empaash Oloirientio Conservancy Trust (EOC) in accordance with agreed policies, strategies and operational guidelines, so that the unique, vulnerable, valuable and sensitive environmental assets of EOC would be conserved.
 

Our Primary Objectives

§ Maintain biological connectivity between the Hells Gate, Kidong Ranch, Mt. Suswa, Mosiro, Shompole, and Olkiramatian group ranches and Nairobi National Park and other protected areas in Kenya

§ Create a buffer zone of Nairobi National Park

§ Conserve habitat to protect biodiversity

§ Promote sustainable development in local communities of the Olooruka and Olesakut ecosystems

 
  
We want to thank you for your interest in our worthy cause. 
 
 
 
 

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