Ce centre ouvert en 2007 est un sanctuaire pour les animaux orphelins et blessés du Malawi.
Protecting wildlife has never been more critical – a recent WWF report estimated that over half of the world’s species have died out in the last 40 years.
Lilongwe Wildlife Trust was set up in 2007 to help protect the wildlife and habitats of Malawi but in the past 5 years our work has evolved considerably beyond wildlife rescue and rehabilitation to tackle the wider issues threatening wildlife and habitats.
Lilongwe Wildlife Trust works to protect Malawi’s wildlife & habitats. Since our inception in 2007, our programmes have evolved in response to local needs, working with wildlife as well as people and approaching the issues from all angles.
We rescue and rehabilitate wildlife in distress and conduct scientific research to better inform both our welfare and conservation projects. We’re working with the highest levels of Government to tackle wildlife crime through advocacy and enforcement initiatives, tens of thousands of school children are engaged in our environmental education programmes across the country and our community conservation projects are helping people to live more sustainably. You can find out more about our projects below.