Would you like to learn more about our work in northern Malawi and meet others who are passionate about wildlife
Malawi has taken a significant step forward in its conservation efforts by joining the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory
Following the launch of our exciting new campaign, Mkango: Pride of Malawi, our campaigns team visited the village of Benjiman
Have you ever wondered what life is like volunteering at Malawi’s only accredited sanctuary for injured, orphaned, and vulnerable animals?
Job description The Field Research Assistant will conduct the wildlife fieldwork based out of our research camp at Vwaza Marsh
JOB DESCRIPTION The Research and M&E Assistant provides support to the Director of Programmes and the Programmes Manager in the
CEO of Lilongwe Wildlife Trust, Jonathan Vaughan, has been awarded an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire)
Tell us about your current role I work with African Parks and the Endangered Wildlife Trust as a Cheetah Monitor.
Three pangolins were this weekend returned to their natural habitat after being confiscated by Malawian Police. The animal rescue team
Our 2018 Impact Report is out now! Download the report below and see what we achieved in 2018 to protect