Friends of Conservation
London, WC2N 5LR
Tel: 020 3667 7017
FOC was founded in 1982 to help prevent wildlife and habitat degredation in the
Masai Mara - one of the most ecologically important regions of the world. Over
the last 34 years we have become an organisation with a reputation as one of
East Africa's leading conservation bodies and work alongside some of the most
progressive minds in this arena.
At the beginning of the 1990s our activities expanded to cover projects around the world and we also included in our focus not only the wildlife, but also the local communities whose lives are inextricably entwined with the wildlife and habitats we are working to protect.
'Out of Africa -The Kenya Boys'
Dr Richard Leakey in conversation with FOC's Chair, Geoffrey Kent,
at the Royal Geographical Society, London:
Tuesday 27th September 2016
Please join us for a special evening with renowned paleoanthropologist, conservationist and activist, Dr Richard Leakey, as he talks about his extraordinary life with longtime friend; international business leader and travel pioneer, Geoffrey Kent, and they consider how Africa's threatened wildlife can best be protected.
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