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Tourists love plastic blobs and scrap metal
Maasai womens beadwork is an odd but interesting mix of modern materials and old traditions. Plastic beads from Europe, local scrap metal and leather are strung together into colorful ornaments and...Read More
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At Basecamp Foundation, we have defined the global challenges that are most relevant to our approach in building sustainable tourism destinations. In addressing these challenges, we have chosen three key pillars that make a decisive impact at the destination level; EMPOWERMENT of people and communities, SAFEGUARDING ecosystems and climate and CHAMPIONING responsible tourism...Read More


WHAT'S UP
»Towards a village bank: Maasai Women Embrace Community Managed Microfinance!
»A Timely Furniture Make Over at Talek School! When the guests visited the school as part of the Basecamp Masai Mara routine to acquaint them with the local people and resources, they found young pre-school pupils sitting on stones and wooden planks in the
»The Masai Rose is the youngest of Basecamp Masai Brands (BMB) range of products and is supported by Floriss a Norwegian company that imports Rose flowers from Kenya
»The Mara Naboisho Big Cat Project is a long-term effort to monitor and protect the lion, leopard and cheetah population within the Naboisho Conservancy and neighbouring community owned lands and conservancies.




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