Welcome to the Maanzoni Owners Association (MOA), a community-driven organization dedicated to serving the residents of the Maanzoni Wildlife Estate in the Mavoko Municipality.
As a legally registered association under the laws of Kenya, MOA represents the interests of our community by bringing residents together and collaborating with various government entities, including the County Government of Machakos, relevant local authorities, Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS), and other voluntary local and international organizations. Through these partnerships, we work to enhance the quality of life in Maanzoni and promote sustainable development within our community.
At MOA, we recognize the importance of preserving and protecting the natural environment within which we live. We are committed to maintaining the delicate balance between humans and wildlife in the area, and work closely with KWS to ensure that the ecosystem remains healthy and thriving. Through community education and engagement, we hope to inspire our residents to become active stewards of the environment and take responsibility for preserving it for future generations.
Our organization is founded on the principles of inclusivity, collaboration, and accountability. We strive to create a welcoming and supportive environment that empowers residents to take ownership of their community and work together towards common goals. Through the provision of community activities and facilities, MOA seeks to foster a sense of community spirit and belonging among all of our residents.
Thank you for visiting our website and learning more about MOA. We look forward to working with you and serving the Maanzoni community.
The Maanzoni Wildlife Estate is a unique 4,093-acre member’s estate located in the ecologically sensitive Athi Kapiti plains, just 45 kilometers from the central business district of Nairobi. Comprised of largely unfenced 5-acre lots, the estate offers free movement of wildlife, making it an exceptional conservation area.
As a covenant-controlled community in Machakos County, the Maanzoni Wildlife Estate is designed as a low-population-density residential and conservation area, providing families of all ages with a tranquil, peaceful, and well-maintained living environment and animal sanctuary. Its abundant open space and scenic surroundings bring the countryside to the city, making it an ideal place to call home.