Bulk SMS provider Vaspro Partners with KWS in Conservation Efforts

Mobile tech firm Vaspro has partnered with the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) to boost conservation activities in the country.

The partnership was announced as the world is marking World Wildlife Day, a day set aside to celebrate wild animals and plants. 

This year’s World Wildlife Day theme explores digital innovation in wildlife conservation.

‘’As a tech-savvy company, the theme resonates deeply with our expertise, seamlessly weaving together technology and the crucial cause of conservation.’’ the company which provides bulk SMS services said in a statement.

‘’Anticipation bubbles as we look ahead to future collaborations, envisioning a digital tapestry where our tech prowess weaves stories about wildlife and the diverse facilities conservancies offer. It’s more than just data and algorithms; it’s about creating connections.’’ it further read.

The company said through innovative communication strategies, it aspires to bridge the gap, connecting communities with the captivating tales of conservation.

‘’Vaspro’s journey extends beyond technology; it’s a commitment to empowering conservancies, amplifying their voices and shedding light on the extraordinary efforts they undertake,’’ it said.

‘’As we stand at this intersection of technology and conservation, we’re not just writing a story, we’re fostering a narrative that resonates with hearts, fostering a profound connection between people and the invaluable work of preserving our wildlife and the environments they call home.

Vaspro said the partnership drew inspiration from their esteemed clients KWS and Lewa Conservancy.

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