Kilimanyika works with governments, private enterprises, local communities and NGOs to facilitate the achievement of conservation outcomes:
Facilitating collaborations and liaising with governments, development banks and NGOs to generate financing for conservation efforts. Through our vast network of funders, we foster coalitions between conservation enterprise clients and funding bodies.
Facilitating financing for sustainability and conservation incentives
Supporting the development of viable financial strategies for the management of conservation areas utilising economic assessments through tourism activities, mobilising of conservation grants and the development of conservation enterprises
Promoting environmental sustainability
Through project design and environmental assessments, identifying target areas for conservation and developing strategies for their conservation
Enhancing local community livelihoods and resilience
Through community engagement and conducting livelihood assessments, local communities are supported in improving livelihoods and reducing their reliance on fragile landscapes and resources. By incorporating local livelihoods with conservation incentives, local community resilience to environmental and socioeconomic threats is improved.
Kilimanyika has experience working in over 15 countries (in Europe, Africa and Asia) with over USD 300 million mobilised through conservation financing under the Global Environment Facility (GEF), public funds, development banks, private sector, and through conservation enterprise development.