Museum & Galleries

Lilongwe Wildlife Center

Malawi / Africa

The Lilongwe Wildlife Centre was founded in 2007 by the Lilongwe Wildlife Trust (LWT), with support from the Born Free Foundation.  The Centre is a member of the Pan African Sanctuary Alliance.  Its mission is to ‘protect Malawi’s wildlife by helping wild animals in need, combating wildlife crime and empowering the guardians of the wild.’  They focus on four areas of work: wildlife rescue and welfare, education and advocacy, wildlife law enforcement, and wildlife research.  Lilongwe Wildlife Centre falls under the wildlife rescue and welfare branch of the organisation’s work with the aim to participate in important conservation work in Malawi.  The centre provides sanctuary space for rescued, confiscated, orphaned, and injured wild animals, meeting international animal welfare standards.  Wild animals that undergo rehabilitation here are released back into protected areas whenever possible under controlled and monitored conditions.  Additionally, the Wildlife Centre carries out work to promote wildlife conservation and welfare and to support statutory authorities.

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