For nearly 12 months, Lilongwe Wildlife Trust has been working with 16 community groups in the Kasungu district on beekeeping.
CONSERVATION EDUCATION AND ADVOCACY
For the last 12 months, Lilongwe Wildlife Trust has supported 96 people in Village Natural Resource Committees in the Kasungu
Using just cement, sand and soil, we’re supporting women’s cooperatives to build cheap eco stoves as part of our community
Because lions are the ultimate ‘indicator species’ of healthy intact landscapes, protecting these wild animals and their habitats is a
Today Patrick C. R. Matanda, Secretary for the Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy And Mining, issued a press release warning
Steve, a project manager of our education team, has been with us for over three years. In that time he’s
What’s the link between poachers snares, sustainable fuel and women’s empowerment? We are. At Lilongwe Wildlife Trust we run a
World Day of Social Justice is observed annually on 20 February to encourage people to explore how social justice affects
It’s rainy season and our education team rolled out their annual series of tree planting activities with schools around Lilongwe.
Urban artist, KGB, led a cohort of influential celebrities this weekend to celebrate the most majestic of Malawi’s species, the