Enkusero Sampu Conservancy (ESC) dedicated to preserving and protecting the diversity of the natural wildlife resources of this rich region. ESC seeks ways in which wildlife and people can co-exist symbiotically.
Primary beneficiaries will be the ESC board members and selected key community leaders including; area counselor, chiefs, age-set leaders, key community opinion leaders
Secondary beneficiaries shall be the 800 ESC area household with a population of about 8000 people. 6 women groups comprised of a total of about 250 members, 3 linked to each of the CBETE shall benefit from increased market access for their traditional and customized wares/artifacts from the Maasai community. This will also mean improved quality of life for about 250 households within the first 2 years of the project and more in the coming years. Bright needy pupils and students from the ESC community shall benefit from the education trust fund to be set up within the next 36 months.
The living environment and its diverse bio-diversity shall benefit in the short, mid and long terms in various ways as the community get to increasingly get to appreciate the value of conservation mixed with ecotourism.