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Through your generous support, the Nyika-Vwaza Trust in Malawi works with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife to improve the conservation of wildlife in the Nyika National Park and the Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve.

The Nyika-Vwaza (UK) Trust will provide the funding for year on year operational costs and specific projects through the generosity of its supporters.
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The Nyika-Vwaza Trust

Since the Trusts were established we have had the good fortune to benefit from links with other charitable trusts and companies

Tusks

Tusk - Protecting Wildlife Supporting Communities Promoting Education 

Tusk has awarded grants to the Trust for the following projects:

Construction of a workshop.
Part purchase of tractor and trailer.
Construction of steel/wooden bridges across the Nyika National Park.
Rejuvenating a broken Land Rover.

The Beit Trust

The Beit Trust has awarded grants to the Trust for a bore hole at Lake Kazuni and the construction of a manager's cabin at Chelinda Camp.

The Rufford Foundation have awarded grants as follows:

A grant for general purposes.
Part purchase of tractor and trailer.
For the purchase of another vehicle.

British High Commission

British High Commission - Malawi
awarded a grant towards the contruction of bridges across the Nyika National Park.

Peace Parks Foundation
Facilitating the development of the Nyika Trans Frontier Conservation Area

The Wilderness Foundation
We work for wilderness, wildlife and people.

Wilderness Safaris

Wilderness Safaris
Wilderness Safaris believes that in protecting the pristine wilderness areas of southern Africa, and including the local communities in this process, we will make a difference to Africa and ultimately the world. Our greatest delight is to share these wild places with our guests in a responsible manner. We look forward to partnering with the Nyika-Vwaza Trust and helping the wildlife of the Nyika National Park.

Biosearch Expeditions
Responsible wildlife research expeditions in the Nyika National Park.

Reports on Biodiversity study in the Nyika from 1997 to 2009. You need to register with bioearch.org.uk before you can open these reports.

 

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