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Learn more about the KRCP team


Country Coordinator

Jackson is in charge of field operations and coordination efforts in Kenya. He has extensive experience with field operations including animal biodiversity, vegetation, and soil measurements.
Jackson has been working on carbon projects for the past twelve years, working closely with CarbonSolve partner Mark Ritchie.



Grazing Coordinator

Johnson works as a grazing coordinator in Eselenkei. He grew up in Eselenkei group ranch, where he was herding his family livestock before attending school. After he completed his A level, he was elected to the Eselenkei group management committee. He is passionate about wildlife and helping communities.

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Grazing Coordinator

A grazing coordinator in Mailua, Benson is passionate about working with communities. Born in 1996 at Emotoroki area in Mailua group ranch, Benson went to primary school in his village and herded his family's livestock. He became an entrepreneur after completing high school and driving school two years ago.



Grazing Coordinator

James works as a grazing coordinator in Olgulului North. Born in lenkisem in Ogulului Lolarashi group ranch, he went to primary school in his village before joining and completing high school in 2013. Before he joined the KRCP team, he was working with Limrock hotel in Machakos as a supervisor. He is passionate about working in the field and with communities.

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Grazing Coordinator

Jeremiah is a grazing coordinator in Olgulului South.  Born in Olgulului Ololarrashi group ranch, he started and completed school in the same group ranch before he was elected alongside ten others to serve in Olgulului Ololarrashi group ranch management committee.



Office Security and Housekeeper

Born in Imbirikani group ranch, Joshua has worked with ChildFund Kenya as a sponsored relationship officer (SRO) before joining Sentrim lodges in Amboseli where he worked in the housekeeping department as a rooms steward. He’s passionate about livestock keeping.



Grazing coordinators are the community face of carbon projects. As the eyes and ears of the project, the grazing coordinators act as liaisons to community members to address questions and comments as the project develops. They are the conduit by which community members learn about project specifics and developments, and they help share the overall vision and long-term goals.

The coordinators have extensive knowledge of grazing practices and boundaries and are able to work directly with different community members, build trust and relationships, and generate excitement for a project requiring extensive community participation.​ 

Continually traveling to different group ranches, grazing coordinators are tasked with the ability to

  • educate community leaders about carbon projects,

  • discuss the benefits of planned rotational grazing in terms of generating increased capacity to manage degraded rangelands,

  • explain expected financial benefits from carbon revenues.

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