Thursday, 20 August 2009

Biliqo Bulesa Community Wildlife Conservancy.

Nairobi — Pastoralist communities in northern Kenyan are set to benefit from a multi-million-shilling tourism project after the local authority finally supported the establishment of community conservancies.

For many months now, clan rivalry in Merti Division of Isiolo District had delayed the funding of Biliqo Bulesa Community Wildlife Conservancy.

6 comments:

  1. he way what we eat defines the way we look so the way we write defines the way we are actually.i am male,30yrs of age hailing from Isiolo, the conservative region of Bulesa.
    conservative! what an idea, look at my age and gauze when i was brought to life, since then i am son of nomadic pastrolist Abgudo molu, a man not financially previlaged because of the region he reside, just geographical inbalance.... my life however is different, i am proudly atechnician working in capital city of nairobi...what a hero my father is..look at his life...from his bush life producing a son engineer in city of nairobi.... so what achalenge to me and my son...gauze where will he be...thats what i want to see, think and adjust to not small thinks... i wanna think big...think bigger than you old rats... i am sorry to say....Isiolo needs people with vision not small issues like concevative...think big about something first time and everytime.... today is your day and your decision counts and tomorrow is my day and my decision counts.... if you cant listen to me today so see you tomorrow but bettter be sure because its will be diiferent just the way me and my fathers life are different...............

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  2. Look at the picture above and website name''bulesa' do you want to say or mean that the people living in the area mentioned i.e. bulesa a samburu... do they look like that...the people in bulesa are cushites

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  3. Draught mitigation measures are not number of non govermental organisation available on the ground....or number of relief lorries heading to those chanty market areas of Isiolo surbabs....think for the tomorrow of sons os borans

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  4. i wish i am a live today, i wish i had money today, i wish i had power today, i wish i have a good education today, i wish i am old gray haired you today, i wish i had a voice today, i wish i am i could attend conferences today, i wish endless wishes today, i wish my borana know that i wish to be there for them today, i wish my borana will listen to me today, i wish but where can all this wishes take me today...i wish i know whats happening in my Isiolo today, i wish my people will know whats happening in there Isiolo today

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  5. @WAKO... this blog is about improving the quality of life of the Nomads in general & the Samburu's,sadly for you, happen to be among them. You do NOT need to be of a specific color or have a particular brand name-(Cushite) to articulate the developmental issues of your people.Be positive about what you need to do & the less rant & blame game from you the better.

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  6. I think wildlife is very exciting that is why this blog catch my attention completely. I must to say this whole blog is awesome and very nice. i really love to know about animal, and how they live. There are many things in this life that we can approach for enjoy everything but just depende of us.
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