TRPNRTana River Primate National Reserve (Kenya)
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With the aim of accomplishing this task, the World Bank's position was that the Pokomo community residing in Mchelelo village, within the 171sq km Tana River Primate National Reserve (TRPNR) and the Wardei adjacent to its environs should be resettled away from the reserve to facilitate primate conservation.
"I have never known where people got that idea that the Pokomos are a threat to the primates," says Abio Gaffo, who is a Pokomo and works at the TRPNR as the resident primate expert.
In early January 2007 an interesting development took place when the High Court ruled that the TRPNR was not established in accordance with the law and needed to degazetted.