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AUSSIE VET HAYLEY ON DOING A LWT EXTERNSHIP

AUSSIE VET HAYLEY ON DOING A LWT EXTERNSHIP

Before COVID19 hit the world, we had lots of volunteers at our wildlife centre. Though they’ve all been gone since
FROM SCHOOLS TO PRISONS: EXPANDING OUR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAMME

FROM SCHOOLS TO PRISONS: EXPANDING OUR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAMME

Last year Lilongwe Wildlife Trust took its environmental education programme out of school classrooms and into a prison. Inmates at
LILONGWE WILDLIFE CENTRE RECOGNISED FOR GLOBAL STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE

LILONGWE WILDLIFE CENTRE RECOGNISED FOR GLOBAL STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE

The Lilongwe Wildlife Centre (LWC), Malawi’s only wildlife sanctuary, has been re-accredited by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS).
PRETZEL’S STORY: WHY WILD ANIMALS BELONG IN THE WILD

PRETZEL’S STORY: WHY WILD ANIMALS BELONG IN THE WILD

Rescued baboon Pretzel is finding friendship and freedom after being kept chained in captivity. Rescuing wild animals from the illegal
RESCUED SERVAL CATS THRIVE AT LILONGWE WILDLIFE CENTRE

RESCUED SERVAL CATS THRIVE AT LILONGWE WILDLIFE CENTRE

A group of rescued serval cats are under rehabilitation at the Lilongwe Wildlife Centre in preparation for their release back
FIRST CONVICTION SECURED UNDER PLASTIC BAN

FIRST CONVICTION SECURED UNDER PLASTIC BAN

Malawi has made history by securing the first conviction under the ban against thin plastics that was introduced last year.
VOTCH SUPPORTS LWT!

VOTCH SUPPORTS LWT!

We’re excited to announce a new partnership with Votch, a cruelty free watch company. Based in the UK, Votch makes
ELLA’S FIRST HAND ACCOUNT OF 4 MONTHS AS A SANCTUARY VOLUNTEER

ELLA’S FIRST HAND ACCOUNT OF 4 MONTHS AS A SANCTUARY VOLUNTEER

Although international travel is still restricted, we are hoping to welcome volunteers back to our Wildlife Centre in the coming
CHINESE TRAFFICKERS JAILED IN BLOW TO ANIMAL PARTS TRADE

CHINESE TRAFFICKERS JAILED IN BLOW TO ANIMAL PARTS TRADE

Police discovered unlicensed weapons as well as endangered animal parts during a raid on the Lin-Zhang gang. By Jane Flanagan,
FROM TRAINING TO SERVING – THE CYCLE OF A HONEY HARVEST

FROM TRAINING TO SERVING – THE CYCLE OF A HONEY HARVEST

For nearly 12 months, Lilongwe Wildlife Trust has been working with 16 community groups in the Kasungu district on beekeeping.