LILONGWE WILDLIFE TRUST BLOG

MEPA: CHANGING THE COURSE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

MEPA: CHANGING THE COURSE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Last year the World Bank warned that Malawi is facing “an environmental cycle of decline and degradation”. A combination of
BORDERS ARE CLOSED BUT THE WORLD IS STILL WATCHING

BORDERS ARE CLOSED BUT THE WORLD IS STILL WATCHING

In November last year, 26 Ambassadors, High Commissioners, and Honorary Consuls united to share a message of support for Malawi’s
FIGHTING FOR MALAWI’S FORESTS

FIGHTING FOR MALAWI’S FORESTS

Deforestation in Malawi has reached devastating levels, with more than half of the nation’s forests and woodlands disappearing over the
A MESSAGE OF SUPPORT FROM VIRGINIA MCKENNA OBE – FOUNDER OF BORN FREE FOUNDATION AND PATRON OF LWT​

A MESSAGE OF SUPPORT FROM VIRGINIA MCKENNA OBE – FOUNDER OF BORN FREE FOUNDATION AND PATRON OF LWT​

Following a successful career as an actress, Virginia McKenna founded the Born Free Foundation in 1984. Working to save lives,
SANCTUARY LIFE DURING COVID19 LOCKDOWN

SANCTUARY LIFE DURING COVID19 LOCKDOWN

To keep our staff and resident wildlife safe from COVID19, our sanctuary went into lockdown over four weeks ago. This
IMPACT REPORT 2019-20: A FORCE FOR NATURE

IMPACT REPORT 2019-20: A FORCE FOR NATURE

As the COVID-19 crisis continues to focus global attention on the importance of environmental protection, Lilongwe Wildlife Trust is renewing
A SECOND CHANCE FOR SENSA AND ZIKOMO

A SECOND CHANCE FOR SENSA AND ZIKOMO

Malawi’s wild animals face threats from all sides, including from the illegal trade in bushmeat. The authorities are now cracking
LWT IS BUZZED THIS EARTH DAY

LWT IS BUZZED THIS EARTH DAY

For the last 12 months, Lilongwe Wildlife Trust has supported 96 people in Village Natural Resource Committees in the Kasungu
A FAMILY MEAL ON THREE BRIQUETTES

A FAMILY MEAL ON THREE BRIQUETTES

Using just cement, sand and soil, we’re supporting women’s cooperatives to build cheap eco stoves as part of our community
DETECTION DOGS TRAINED ON ENDANGERED TREE SPECIES

DETECTION DOGS TRAINED ON ENDANGERED TREE SPECIES

Malawi’s formidable Wildlife Detection Dog Unit (WDDU) recently underwent training to add another product to the repertoire of contraband they