Exciting things are happening at Lilongwe Wildlife Centre! Last month we hosted the Minister for Forestry and Natural Resources at a special event to break ground at the site redevelopments - an initiative known as Project GreenHeart. 

Over the past few weeks we've also invited teachers, students, civil society and government stakeholders to share their views on how we can use the site's natural beauty to inspire the next generation. Read on to find out more about this and other updates!
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Championing “Generation Restoration”, Minister for Forestry and Natural Resources Nancy Tembo urged the next generation to restore a peaceful relationship with nature. The GreenHeart redevelopment will expand and improve Lilongwe Wildlife Centre's facilities for both its animal residents and visitors.
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Liwonde National Park recently welcomed a new litter of cheetahs! After 46 days of intensive monitoring, our on-site team was delighted to catch a first glimpse of the little ones on these camera trap images. Cheetahs were re-introduced into Liwonde in 2017 and since then over 28 cubs have been born in the park.
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We’re delighted to announce two new on-site partners at Lilongwe Wildlife Centre! Maravi Bakery will be opening a new café in the coming weeks, featuring a selection of drinks and artisanal food. We've also welcomed the Visual Arts Association of Malawi, who are now open at the reception pavilion where you'll find a wide range of art and crafts available to purchase.
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As part of our work at the Wildlife Reserve Institute on Lake Kazuni, we've opened research placements in the beautiful Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve. These placements focus primarily on elephants as Vwaza hosts the largest population in northern Malawi. We're currently taking bookings from May 2022 to November 2022. 
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Malawi courts delivered another strong milestone in the fight against wildlife crime. Read more.

Government leaders, scientists and more came together for a virtual discussion on World Environment Day, highlighting the complex environmental issues facing our planet. Watch some highlights here.
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Lilongwe Wildlife Trust
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Postal Address: PO Box 1646, Lilongwe, Malawi