Our work

Environmental education

We seek to inspire the next generation to value and protect nature. Over 180,000 children from more than 600 schools across Malawi have taken part in our education programmes.
In the past year
children participated in our education programmes
teachers trained to deliver environmental education
of our modules incorporated into the national primary curriculum


Mainstreaming conservation

Integrating our education content into the national primary school curriculum, in partnership with the Malawi Institute of Education.


A specialist education site at Lilongwe Wildlife Centre, featuring guided forest walks, games, drama, storytelling, and more.

School Projects

Micro-projects and community science initiatives, such as beekeeping, permaculture gardens, and monitoring river water quality.


If you dream of working with African wildlife or want to gain skills for your conservation career, we have something special for you!

Support us

Malawi’s wild animals and wild places are under threat. With your help, we can save them. Make a real impact by donating today.