Olerai was not only set up as a sanctuary for wildlife but to spearhead the Green Economy for improving local livelihoods, with green job opportunities arising from conservation initiatives. That has included empowering the Tuone Mbali Olerai Women’s Group (meaning Let’s Look Far) to generate income from eco-tourism.
Water is the lifeblood of Africa and its people, which is why Lerai Safari Camp dug a deep borehole that gushes forth enough fresh water to be piped to the local community to supply them with clean drinking water. Lerai Camp, in collaboration with its sister camp Entim Mara, is also in the process of completing four new classrooms for a local school of 480 pupils in the vicinity of the conservancy. These are just some benefits of Lerai Safari Camp’s social responsibility policy in Olerai.
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