WAG is offering you a unique opportunity
to volunteer and support responsible conservation in Malawi. Spend a minimum of 3 weeks and a max of 3 months being involved in conservation, while living in the African bush in the stunning protected area of Thuma Forest Reserve. You will support the work being done on the ground by conservationists, and gain firsthand experience of conservation where it is needed most.
Help mitigate human-wildlife conflict, be part of our communities livelihood development and education projects, be involved in elephant identification, creating and updating identification kits for elephants and hyenas, camera trapping, surveys, collecting and recording data, fence building and maintenance, bee keeping, ladies craft projects, community irrigation gardens, building camps, fire management, removing snares from the forest. No two days are the same.
Each volunteers contribution plays an enormous role in the ongoing conservation, protection and restoration of Thuma Forest Reserve. Volunteers can immediately see the positive difference their effort makes to our work. This conservation project is very hands-on, physically and mentally challenging, and focused on conserving habitat & wildlife and working directly with communities through our education and development projects.