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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ON WORLD SOCIAL JUSTICE DAY

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ON WORLD SOCIAL JUSTICE DAY

World Day of Social Justice is observed annually on 20 February to encourage people to explore how social justice affects
Being eaten to extinction: 20 pangolin facts for WPD 2020

Being eaten to extinction: 20 pangolin facts for WPD 2020

It’s World Pangolin Day!  At the Lilongwe Wildlife Trust, we play our part to try to curb the extinction of
Tree planting with schools

Tree planting with schools

It’s rainy season and our education team rolled out their annual series of tree planting activities with schools around Lilongwe.
What is orphan season and why is it happening now?

What is orphan season and why is it happening now?

Orphan season can be one of the busiest times of the year for our team at the Lilongwe Wildlife Centre,
New LWT film: who, why, what…

New LWT film: who, why, what…

Hear from our team about what we do and why in this 3-minute short film.  Thanks to Julian Braatvedt and
Meet Ernest: a Malawian sanctuary intern

Meet Ernest: a Malawian sanctuary intern

It was taking a guided tour of the Lilongwe Wildlife Centre (LWC) that inspired Ernest to want to work there.
Celebrating World Wildlife Day 2020: ‘Malawi, My Home’ film

Celebrating World Wildlife Day 2020: ‘Malawi, My Home’ film

Today, in celebration of World Wildlife Day, we’re proud to release a short film called ‘Malawi, my home’ or ‘Malawi,
Stop Wildlife Crime: A message of support from the International Community

Stop Wildlife Crime: A message of support from the International Community

This month, 25 Ambassadors, High Commissioners, and Honorary Consuls united to share a message of support for Malawi’s efforts to
Our placements programme in 60 seconds

Our placements programme in 60 seconds

Thinking of joining our placement programme?  Here’s why you should…
Learning from each other – the lion experience

Learning from each other – the lion experience

The Liwonde National Park welcomed the education team to hear more about the steps they have been taking to help