They also called for China and Thailand, the ivory markets, to join hands with Kenya and other African states in fighting international crime syndicates involved in poaching.
Mr Josphat Ngonyo of Africa Network for Animal Welfare warned the rate at which poaching is taking place, Kenya might not achieve Vision 2030.
“I agree with you and I know in the next few weeks, the Government will take efforts to stop poaching,” he said.
Forestry and Wildlife PS Hyslop Ipu acknowledged that rangers are ill equipped.
“Most poaching happens during the night and the Government has released funds to buy night vision equipment, among other measures,” he said.