We desperately need your help to provide orphaned and injured wild animals the care they need to survive. A donation today could mean a life saved tomorrow. Thank you so much for helping Malawi’s wildlife and wild places to thrive.
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Last year, one of Liwonde National Park's two adult male lions was pushed out of his pride by his brother. He moved off into the north of the park and began spending time with two females. Since then, their little pride has tripled and now consists of nine lions!
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Could you be our next Head of Biodiversity Research? This exciting role will lead Lilongwe Wildlife Trust’s programme of research on threatened species. Based in Lilongwe, it involves significant travel within Malawi across multiple protected areas and research sites.
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...and save money as well as animals! We're offering a 5% discount on all bookings for our placements made by 31 December – just quote NEWSLETTER5 in your response to ‘Why are you applying?’ 

You can get involved in everything from sanctuary work and wildlife research to veterinary medicine. Volunteering with us is a chance to make a real difference to to Malawi’s wildlife – all while learning new skills and meeting other inspiring and passionate people.

We're also excited to announce 2023 dates for our Wildlife Veterinary Medicine Course: 12-17 June and 7-12 August.
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The number of elephants in Tanzania declined by 60% between 2009 and 2014. Since then, the population has bounced back – up from 43,000 to 60,000 in 2021. Read more.

Montana’s Highway 93 was upgraded to include 42 wildlife crossings based on indigenous traditional knowledge. Animal collisions declined by 71% and 22,000 animals now use the crossings each year. Read more.
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Lilongwe Wildlife Trust
Email: comms@lilongwewildlife.org
Postal Address: PO Box 1646, Lilongwe, Malawi