Education is a core focus of Baboon Project Kenya. We believe that changing perceptions and the way we manage human activity in baboon-affected areas are the only ways to ensure a sustainable future for Kenya's  baboon population, and to create a society that values our wild neighbours and their rightful place in our natural heritage.

Our  Education Training and Awareness Programs are delivered primarily through the  following methodologies;

1. Presentation of  educational talks to many thousands of learners at schools around Nakuru, and interest groups such as Women Groups, Government Local authority, Tour guides, and Resident organizations.

2. Development and publishing educational material available through social media and  booklets,posters ^ leaflets among others which can be utilized by other organizations or resident groups who may need to educate about baboons and how to live in close proximity with them.

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