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Thursday 23 Oct 2014

Welcome

The Wildlife and Environmental Society of Malawi is a leading conservation membership not-for-profit organisation in Malawi which was established in 1947. The society is committed to conservation of wildlife and other natural resources in Malawi as well as promotion of land management practices that are not detrimental to the environment.

The society develops and implement Environmental Education and Natural Resources Management projects through its nine branches across the country. The aim is to bring about a deeper understanding and appreciation of the environment, environmental issues and responses.

We promote suistanable nature-based income generating activities that ensures that local communities are meaningfully benefiting from their natural resources conservation efforts.