Lumumba Mutiso

Salama Community Liason Officer

As the Community Liaison Officer, Lumumba Mutiso is the eyes and ears of Action For Cheetahs since 2004. In 2003, when his live­stock were attacked by chee­tahs in the Salama area, he took an inter­est in want­ing to know more about the preda­tors after meet­ing the Action For Cheetahs staff. He assists with research activ­i­ties such as radio track­ing, game counts, immo­bi­liza­tions, and necropsy. However, his focus of work is in col­lec­tion of infor­ma­tion on chee­tah sight­ings, live­stock losses and main­tain­ing rela­tions with live­stock managers. He inter­views the farm­ers with courage even if some of them occa­sion­ally are angry with the chee­tahs over the loss of their live­stock and at times threaten them with pan­gas (machete). In 2007 Lumumba attended the inte­grated Wildlife and Livestock Management Training and Cheetah Biology work­shops at CCF in Namibia to improve his skills in con­flict mitigation.

Support our work

ACK needs your help to support our scouts and the community so we can accomplish our goal of conservation of the cheetahs in Kenya. You can also purchase COOL Crafts online now.

With your help we can continue our research and conversation activities.

  • $10 
    • One day School presentation
    • One month of phone credit for one staff member
  • $25
    • Printing of one conflict mitigation tool kit
    • Printing of one student workbook
    • Full set of vaccinations (Rabies and Distemper) for a dog or cat
  • $50 

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