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Developing solutions for people and wildlife to coexist and thrive in a changing world. 

Through the Land for Life project, WWF are collaborating with communities in southern Kenya and northern Tanzania to keep landscapes healthy and develop solutions for people and wildlife to coexist and thrive in a changing world. 

Our new KS2 and KS3 teacher guide and accompanying lesson presentation gives students the opportunity to discover the interdependence of natural systems and recognise the consequences that occur when connections are altered or damaged by humans.

frican elephants (Loxodonta africana) at a waterhole

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Our new teacher guide and accompanying lesson presentation gives students the opportunity to explore the geography and ecosystems of southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. They will be able to research ideas on how to address human-wildlife conflicts and discover how WWF’s Land for Life project is providing real-world conservation solutions in this landscape.

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