Lilongwe Wildlife Trust

Lilongwe Wildlife Trust Vacations

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Veterinary externship in Malawi

This placement runs year round and will give you a real insight into sanctuary-based vet work. The specific tasks will vary according to the types of animals we are caring for at any particular time, but you can expect to get involved in a mix of clinical work and wider welfare activities, including enrichment, integrations, observations and animal husbandry. DURATION: 2-12 weeks The center is Malawi’s only animal sanctuary – widely reputed as one of the best facilities in Africa for its high standards of animal welfare. The Centre is the only sanctuary in the world to have obtained accreditations from the Pan African Sanctuary Alliance, the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries and the ...Read more >
From £1,370 excluding flights

Malawi wildlife sanctuary volunteering vacation

Join us at Malawi’s only animal sanctuary – widely reputed as one of the best facilities in Africa for its high standards of animal welfare. The Centre is the only sanctuary in the world to have obtained accreditations from the Pan African Sanctuary Alliance, the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries and the Born Free Foundation PAW scheme. Every single animal that comes into our care – whether as a result of abuse, illegal activity or human-wildlife conflict – receives a carefully tailored programme of support from our team of experts. Where possible, we aim to rehabilitate and return animals to the wild. Those that cannot be released are cared for in the safety of the sanctuary. ...Read more >
From £1,370 excluding flights

Malawi conservation research experience

Malawi’s incredible wildlife is facing a number of threats, from deforestation and biodiversity loss to human-wildlife conflict and the illegal trades in products such as ivory and bushmeat. Our research projects are designed to improve conservation knowledge and practice and include issues such as biodiversity monitoring, one health and wildlife management. This means that volunteers not only have the opportunity to spend time out in the field learning new skills but also contribute to research that makes a real difference to the knowledge and health of animal populations. DURATION: 2-12 weeks, available year round LOCATION: Various wildlife reserves and National Parks in Malawi, ...Read more >
From £1,370 excluding flights

Student research placement in Malawi

This placement is specifically for people looking to do their own independent research as part of a degree. We can assist with shaping a research topic, providing access to locations and logistical support, but the research itself needs to be self-directed and you will need to secure your own supervisor. We would encourage you to get in touch and have a chat with our team to explore research ideas as a first step. DURATION: 1-12 months and can start year round. LOCATION: Various sites, depending on time of year and needs of specific projects QUALIFICATION REQUIRED: BSc, MSc, MRes or DVM students THE WORK: Your time with us will be directed by your research needs. Below are a few ...Read more >
From £1,360 excluding flights

7 day veterinary medicine course in Malawi

This intensive seven-day course is designed to give you a hands-on introduction to wildlife veterinary medicine. Vet students can count this towards their EMS (Extra Mural Studies). This course can also be combined this with another placement for those wishing to stay longer. Over the 7 days, you will get to experience both the Centre and a Wildlife Reserve. For a break down of activities, please view the itinerary. To undertake this course, you will already be studying for or hold a vet related qualification.Read more >
From £1,000 excluding flights
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