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The Place We Call Home 22 June 2021 On the 12 June, the Mara conservancy proudly celebrated their 20th anniversary. Custodians of the beautiful Mara Triangle, the Angama family is proud to not only take our guests into the park each day, but to support the Mara Conservancy in every way we can By Nicky Fitzgerald
Protecting Fitz, His Herd and His Home 8 June 2021 The Angama Foundation funds the collaring and ongoing monitoring of a forest-dwelling and habitual crop raiding elephant, named Fitz. And he has been keeping the team from the Mara Elephant Project on their toes By Claire Bolles
From Godown to GM 9 March 2021 Just shy of six years ago, and three months before we welcomed our first guests to Angama, a most distinguished gentleman joined our family, and this is his story from then till now … By Nicky Fitzgerald
The Power of Digital Reading 30 June 2020 The global COVID-19 health crisis has led to an education crisis in many countries, including Kenya. Joel Kapante explores how Worldreader promotes digital literacy with their BookSmart remote learning app By Joel Kapante
A Teller of Tales in Maasailand 24 December 2019 Joel Kapante Ole Reyia’s first poem was published in a conservation journal at the tender age of 14. Despite some setbacks he has not put his pen down since… By Joel Kapante
Visiting Roy’s Maasai Village 27 August 2019 A 14-hour flight and the Atlantic Ocean couldn’t stand in the way of a beautiful meeting between two Americans and the residents of a remote Maasai village By John Murray
Banking on Bomas 25 June 2019 Safeguarding the neighbouring community’s livestock protects the Mara’s predators and encourages shared responsibility for the success of the human/wildlife ecosystem By Sue van Winsen
Lamb For Lions 7 May 2019 Emily Lamb was our inaugural ‘Artist in Residence’ staying at Angama Mara in April 2019. During this time, she dedicated her work to the preservation of the wildlife and communities within the Maasai Mara ecosystem by supporting the Angama Foundation By Adam Bannister
Every Drop Makes a Difference 8 January 2019 During her Bat Mitzvah year, Zoe Weill travelled with her family from New York to Maasailand. Her purpose was to hand over a LifeStraw filter to Partakilat Primary School having raised the funds to buy this much-needed drinking water installation By Zoe Weill
Right Place, Right Time 6 August 2018 One of the rarest satisfactions in travel is to know you are in the right place at just the right time By Turk Pipkin
This Week At Angama #5 6 March 2018 A miracle happens when you add water to the land. Soaking rains this week brought the Maasai Mara to life and provided wonderful photographic canvases By Adam Bannister
Run For Life 13 February 2018 And the Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year competition has its first finalist … one down and only nine to go … By Adam Bannister
The Master, the Maestro & your Mara host 14 November 2017 In a second post about the Angama Foundation’s new photography competition, Steve Mitchell introduces us to the three remarkable photographers who will be the competition's judges By Steve Mitchell
Shooting to Make a Difference 7 November 2017 As the Angama Foundation launches an exciting new photography competition, The Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year, Steve Mitchell recounts how it came to be By Steve Mitchell
Ribbons, Cakes and Celebrations – the Very Best of Days 21 March 2017 Friday the 17th of March 2017; the day the Angama Foundation moved from being a cherished dream to a reality, and we celebrated what had been achieved in our neighbouring communities By Steve Mitchell
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