Ivory Belongs To Elephants Walk

The Great Northern Ivory Belongs to Elephants Walk was launched on the 8th of April in Nairobi Kenya.

This walk will take approximately 32days covering 617km from Nairobi- Marsabit.  Marsabit is a town in Northern Kenya almost surrounded by the Marsabit National Park and the Marsabit National Reserve; it lies in the South East of the Chalbi Desert in a forested area known for its volcanoes and crater lakes.

It has some of Kenya’s best tourist attractions and is the home of world-famous Elephant, the late Ahmad, with his gigantic tusks and is also the site where fossils of our earliest ancestors have been found.

During the walk, Jim will make stops at various towns and village centres where he will address people on the importance of wildlife conservation and environment.

Follow Jim Justus Nyamu on the official Facebook page of Elephant Neighbors Center for regular updates and clips of the awareness walk route in good time to allow well-wishers to organize themselves in joining us.

The walk aims at raising awareness on the plight of our elephants and collect views from communities living with wildlife and adjacent to the parks.

Speaking to MTM Jim said, “I have a team of 10 people who need meals, and two hired vehicles that need your support.