Bernard. M. Tulito
Bernard. M. Tulito is the Community Field Assistant based at IFAW’s office in Amboseli. He is part of the team that interacts with communities on daily bases to push forward IFAW’s core business in the Amboseli Project to promote animal welfare and conservation policies that advance the well-being of both animal and people.
My expectation is to work with the local communities around Amboseli through consultative approaches/sharing information in order to advance wildlife conservation (securing space) within community land.
Bernard. M. Tulito is a diploma holder in wildlife management and conservation, through the support of IFAW in the year 2000. For the last ten years, I have been working with community conservation projects that promote wildlife conservation and management within Amboseli-Tsavo Ecosystem.
- Worked with Kenya wildlife service as a community wildlife officer, liaison officer between the park administration and communities enhancing partnership.
- Worked with African Wildlife Foundation on extensive research on Human–wildlife conflicts within Amboseli–Tsavo Ecosystem, lead to the formation of predator consolation scheme, that has really improves the population of carnivore in the Amboseli Ecosystem.
- Worked with Amboseli-Tsavo Games Scouts Association, promote wildlife security within non-protected areas as well as across the international border (Kenya & Tanzania) through cross-border initiative.
- Sit in the executive board of Amboseli Ecosystem Trust, an umbrella body mandated to implement the Amboseli Management Plan.(2008-2018)