Wildlife Action Group Malawi

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Wildlife Action Group – Malawi is a grassroots NGO managing two government-protected forest reserves in Central Malawi. Led by Lynn Clifford, its work involves activities to stop illegal poaching of African wildlife, stop deforestation of the forest reserves, protect and conserve an important biodiversity hotspot in Malawi, and work holistically with local communities to help protect and conserve the forest and wildlife through education, wildlife law enforcement and income generating activities. Thuma National Park, managed by WAG-Malawi, is one of only three national parks in Malawi where elephant populations have increased in the past year.

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