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I grew up in a village in Kenya and came from a very poor family. It was normal to have only one meal a day. But I never used to say we were suffering, or we lacked, because my neighbours were like that too.

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It was early February and the grass was yellow and withered. My Mum was looking towards the North engulfed in deep and distant thoughts. It sparked a curiosity which culminated in a passion for understanding and protecting the environment.

I studied Environmental Planning and Management at Kenyatta University, despite everyone telling me that I would end up sweeping the streets or planting trees.

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Back then it was seen as a course for failures! It was during my final year of studying that I learnt about wildlife conservation. I discovered how fundamental it was for ecosystems, the environment and the climate. It was a lion and an eagle that made me fall in love with Nairobi National Park. These sightings were my first experience of seeing wildlife, and from that day the Park captured my heart. As for most other young Kenyans, the Park on my doorstep had been too expensive to visit. I set up initiatives to bring young people into the Park on game counts and expeditions free or for a nominal fee.

The Park was under threat from the growing city which had already encroached on ancient migratory paths. Now, new plans were on the horizon to close the only remaining corridor of land that connected the Park to a dispersal area. This would mean fencing off the Park — essentially turning it into a zoo. There cam girls twitter also proposals to construct more lodges, a helipad, a spa and a swimming pool in the already suffocated Park. This tapped into the narrative that wildlife was for the tourists, the elite, the selected few. Around this time, the COVID pandemic was sweeping across the globe, the tourists had stopped coming and Nairobi was in lockdown.

I started conversations and built partnerships with the media, conservation groups and the local community. We struck deals with tour guides to make admittance to the Park more affordable and ran social media campaigns to encourage more Kenyans to visit. It worked. The local people fell in love with the wildlife, the wilderness, the beauty.

At the time, the pollution levels were so low you could even cam girls twitter Mount Kenya and Mount Kilimanjaro from the Park. Kenyans once again valued nature.

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Kenyans shared their photos on social media and journalists started to pick up on the story. We shot a three-day documentary about the challenges the Park faced; it was aired on the news which spurred online petitions demanding ability.

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We even began trending on Twitter. The people won; politicians began to take notice, the legal system intervened, and the fencing and building issues stopped. A minister set up a taskforce to investigate how to reconnect Nairobi National Park with the original migration corridor.

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There is hope. This profile is part of This Cambridge Life — stories from the people that make Cambridge University unique. Words: Charis Goodyear. Twitter Facebook. Nyandire Reinhard believes the key to protecting ecosystems is to foster a love of nature in the community. Nyandire Reinhard standing outside the David Attenborough Building. Nairobi National Park.

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