Convention on Internatinal Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES)


To ensure that international trade in specimen of wild animals and plants do not threaten their survival.

Adopted: 3rd March 1973
Ratification 13th March 1979
Entered into Force: 13th December 1979

Government Obligation:
To ensure Kenya’s endangered species are protected from dangers of international trade, protect their survival and regulate international trade on endangered species.

Focal Point:
Kenya wildlife Service
CITES Managemant Authority.
CITES Scientific Authoriies.
CITES Enforcement Focal Point.
National Museums of Kenya
CITES scientific Authorities.

International Consortium on Combating Wildlife Crime (ICCWC). It was established on 23rd Nov 2010
Monitoring the Illegal Killing of Elephants and Other Endangered Species (MIKES)
Nothern Rangelands Trust (NRT) programs.