Training female conservation leaders in Africa

As one of the founders of Pride Lion Conservation Alliance, our Director Amy Dickman recently spent 3 days in Kenya helping to train female conservation leaders in Kenya. This was a truly inspirational training – there were over 500 applicants for just 30 spots, and the women who were selected were amazing conservationists from 17 different African countries.

There is a real lack of female representation at the higher levels of conservation, and we are confident that this training will start a journey with these women to ensure they get future training and maximise their conservation impact, both individually and for the teams they work with. Congratulations to all the trainees and we look forward to continuing on this journey with you, and supporting you however we can!

The 30 graduates of the African Women’s Conservation Leadership Training course, alongside the Pride Lion Conservation Alliance team