Maasai Greetings

Common greetings vary worldwide from a handshake to a hug and a kiss on the…

Cattle: The Center of Maasai Life

Cattle are at the heart of the Maasai way of life. From being a food source to…

The Uses and Importance of Maasai Herbal Medicine

Jedidah Nankaya et al, in their paper on Medicinal plants of the Maasai of…

Let’s Talk about Water

Humans cannot live without water, and yet about 884 million people worldwide…

Tracing the Geography of the Maasai

Despite being primarily associated with Tanzania and Kenya, the Maasai’s…

Celebrating International Women’s Day at Adumu Impact Fund

In honor of March 8th being International Women’s Day, we at Adumu Impact Fund…

Adumu Impact Fund: A Peek Into Our Projects

Have you heard about our projects? We at Adumu Impact Fund have the ultimate…

Maasai Culture: Storytelling and Conservation

Many Indigenous groups call East Africa home, including the Maasai:…

Decolonizing Conservation

“Fortress” conservation is one of the most popular forms of environmental…

Maasai Culture: Pastoralism

For centuries, Indigenous peoples including the Maasai have used the…

How Can We Ethically Engage With Tourism?

Although tourism has been linked with positive global advancements, the current…

Adumu Impact Fund’s Theory of Change

At Adumu Impact Fund, we operate upon the guidelines of our theory of change, a…

Adumu Impact In the News: Davis Enterprise

We are thrilled to share that we were featured in the Davis Enterprise on…

What is Adumu

Adumu is the world famous traditional jumping dance performed by the iconic…