The Clinton Global Initiative was founded in 2005 by President Clinton and is a non-partisan organization which aims to convenes global leaders to devise and implement innovation solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems. Each member develops a Commitment to Action – a plan to take specific action to make the world a better place. One priority commitment is to put at stop to the poaching of rhinos in Kenya, and the Stimson Centre was invited to lead the project at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting in september 2014. Security Link will lead the technical expert and research team and be responsible for management and supervision of technical development and system integration.
Find out more on the Clinton Clobal Initiative homepage.
Hillary Clinton presents the 16 new project partners.
Read more on the project Wildlife Security at Ngulia Rhino Sancturay in Kenya.