You asked: Where is Kenya Wildlife Service located?

Who owns Kenya Wildlife Service?

The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) conserves and manages Kenya’s wildlife for the Kenyan people and the world. It is a state corporation established by an Act of Parliament Cap 376 with the mandate to conserve and manage wildlife in Kenya, and to enforce related laws and regulations.

Where is KWS training located?

Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute (KWSTI) is a middle level college located in Naivasha about 90km from Nairobi.

How do I contact Kenya Wildlife?

The postal address of Kenya Wildlife Service is P.O. Box 40241-00100, Nairobi. The email address of Kenya Wildlife Service is The telephone contacts of Kenya Wildlife Service are Toll Free 08005970000, 08001115566, 0202379407, 0726610508/9 and 0736663421.

How much do KWS earn per month?

The basic salary of a KWS officer in Kenya is Ksh. 37,890 per month excluding allowances.

Who is the head of Kenya Wildlife Service?

Brigadier (retired) John Migui Waweru is the Kenya Wildlife Service Director General. He was appointed to this position on March 13, 2019. He was born on December 5, 1961 in Nairobi, Kenya and joined the Kenya Navy on April 14, 1982.

How long is KWS training?

Community rangers to undergo a three months Training at KWS Law Enforcement Academy- Manyani.

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What does KWS stand for?


Acronym Definition
KWS Knowledge Worker System (groupware developed by US Army Corps of Engineers Construction Engineering Research Laboratory)
KWS Kugelberg-Welander Syndrome
KWS Kaltwassersatz (German)
KWS Kilkenny Welding Supplies Ltd (Ireland)

Why is wildlife managed?

One goal of wildlife management is to keep the population low enough through hunting so the crash level is not reached. Reducing the impact of this boom and bust cycle prevents death and suffering of the species involved, while also preventing habitat degradation and waste of the wildlife resource.

How many national parks are there in Kenya?

With 24 national parks, 15 national reserves, 6 marine parks, and private conservancies on top of that, the choice can be overwhelming when it comes to visiting Kenya’s national parks.