In Kenya, communities are beginning to rethink wildlife conservation. Traditional strategies typically meant shifting indigenous folks from their land to make manner for protected areas and wildlife.
Nashulai, on the sting of Kenya’s world well-known Maasai Mara National Reserve, desires to alter that. It’s a conservancy the place people and animals dwell side-by-side, reviving historical practices.
BBC Africa correspondent Catherine Byaruhanga and video journalist Michael Onyiego went to go to.