Kasigau Corridor REDD+ Project

Located in Kenya, the Kasigau Corridor project is a pioneer in wildlife conservation, protecting over 200,000 hectares of dryland forest and over 11,000 wild elephants that live in the ecosystem. The project also provides social programs that benefit over 116,000 local people.

Project Type

REDD+

Location

Kasigau Corridor, Kenya

UN Sustainability Goals

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, goal number 1, No Poverty.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, goal number 4, Quality Education.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, goal number 5, Gender Equality.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, goal number 6, Clean Water and Sanitation.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, goal number 8, Decent Work and Economic Growth.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, goal number 15, Life on Land.

How does this reduce emissions?

Through the sale of carbon offsets, Wildlife Works provides the local community of the Kasigau Corridor region with long-term jobs that replace unsustainable sources of income such as poaching, subsistence agriculture, and illegal tree harvesting.

Impact by the numbers.

1.7M

tonnes CO2 avoided annually

200,000 hectares

of dryland forest protected

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