KENYA Wildlife Service plans to build two classrooms at Enoorbalbali Primary School in Narok North district. The Sh2.7 million is part of the organisation's community social responsibility.
Narok Senior Warden Benard ole Koruta said KWS wants to work with the locals to reap the benefits of conserving wildlife. Speaking at the school during the groundbreaking ceremony yesterday, Koruta said the organisation will continue with community work to reduce human-wildlife conflicts.
He added that the conservation will see future generations benefit from the tourism sector. Koruta urged the residents to uphold environment and wildlife conservation as it is a major economic pillar in the county. Narok county forest co-ordinator James Mburu asked the community to plant trees to conserve the environment.