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Electric fence to reduce human-elephant conflict in Tsavo East

In Kenya, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) is adopting a project to build an electric fence between Tsavo East National Park and Makueni County in the south-east of the country. The 20 km long solar-powered fence, estimated to cost 970,000 euros, is intended to reduce human-elephant conflict.

The incursion of elephant herds into the Makueni plantations in south-eastern Kenya could be reduced. An electric fence will be erected between this county and the adjacent protected area, Tsavo East National Park. This is the option adopted on July 22nd, 2021 by the Kenya Environmental Management Authority (NEMA).

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