The Wildlife Clubs of Kenya Malindi regional office is located in Malindi. The office serves the extreme northern part of the coastal strip counties including Lamu, Tanariver and parts of Kilifi. The office is undertaking conservation education and interventions on this area that is endowed with delicate ecosystems include the mangrove forests, terrestrial forests, the coral reefs, estuaries and fishing groups. The following are some of the programs run by the Malindi regional office:
The region has its own mobile education unit program that visits schools in the respective counties. Most of the coastal ecosystems in these areas are under huge pressure and threat from human activities. Building understanding and involvement of the youth in environmental conversation is therefore key.
The region administers world conservation days with the schools and other stakeholders through initiation f relevant conservation activities
The office has been working with the other conservation stakeholders in training and guiding youth group members to implement advocacy projects.
(i) Tree planting and mangrove restoration
(ii) Beach clean-ups
(iii) Ecology programs
(iv) Community education
(v) Antipoaching campaigns