Our first Community Video by David Sorimpan


Dear Friends

After the community successfully completed the wildlife game count, we gave three members of the Kitengela community flip cameras to tell the story of  human wildlife Conflict.  Here is the first film made by David Sorimpan from Kipeto (Olerai Conservancy). Enjoy 🙂

We would love to hear your views on this.

Thank you

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4 responses to “Our first Community Video by David Sorimpan

  1. This is a wonderful gift to the community of the three cameras.
    It would be nice to see these cameras used for the purpose of not only showing “human wildlife conflict”, but also “human wildlife harmony” in the Nairobi National Park wildlife dispersal area. This would emphasize the positive rather than only concentrating on the negative.

  2. This is a wonderful gift to the community of the three cameras.
    It would be preferable if these cameras were used to document not only “human wildlife conflict”, but also “human wildlife harmony”. This would emphasize the positive rather than only the negative.

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