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Wildlife charity headed by Prince Harry is blasted after three men were killed by elephants ...

The Daily Mail 04 Oct 2022
Prince Harry's wildlife charity has come under fire after three people were trampled by elephants amid a large translocation operation in Malawi ... Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW) in July to move more than 260 elephants from the Liwonde national park to Kasungu.
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Prince Harry wildlife NGO under fire after elephants kill three in Malawi

The Observer 02 Oct 2022
Two wildlife organisations, including one headed by Prince Harry, have been accused of caring about animals more than people after three men died following an elephant translocation in Malawi ... “Human-wildlife conflict in a country like Malawi is very real and the impact on local ...
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Zimbabwe starts de-horning its rhino population to deter poachers

Independent online (SA) 20 Sep 2022
... Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, according to its spokesperson Tinashe Farawo, citing a Bloomberg report ... In Malawi, being found in possession of a rhino horn or any other protected wildlife specimen is an offence that contravenes Section 113 of the Wildlife life Act.
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Mission to safeguard 30 million hectares of Africa’s protected areas

Independent online (SA) 02 Sep 2022
African Parks currently manages 20 parks in 11 countries across Africa, including Kafue (Zambia), Akagera (Rwanda) and Liwonde (Malawi) National Parks, in partnership with governments for the benefit of local communities and wildlife ‒ the largest and most ecologically diverse ...
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Giants of the Animal Kingdom: Cheetah prowling in the morning sun and thoughtful mountain gorilla ...

The Daily Mail 28 Aug 2022
A fundraiser launched today that means people can buy a magnificent wildlife print with 100 percent of profits going towards the conservation of African Parks. More than 100 photographers have come together to sell the Prints for Wildlife to benefit the non-profit parks ... Marion Payr, the co-founder of Prints for Wildlife, said.
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New tool in fight against lion poaching

Mail Guardian South Africa 18 Aug 2022
“Smuggled wildlife ... Its development was supported by a grant from USAid’s VukaNow, a multi-faceted, five-year regional project operating in Angola, Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe, to significantly reduce wildlife crime in southern Africa.
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Jumbo task as Malawi moves 263 elephants to restock a degraded national park

Mongabay 05 Aug 2022
LIWONDE NATIONAL PARK, MalawiEarly one July morning, a helicopter with wildlife officials on board flies above the forests of Malawi’s Liwonde National Park in search of elephants ... of National Parks and Wildlife,…This article was originally published on Mongabay .
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Cheetah reintroduction in Malawi brings vultures back to the skies

Mongabay 25 Jul 2022
In 2017, seven cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) were reintroduced to Liwonde National Park under a project run by African Parks and the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT), two conservation groups working in partnership with Malawi’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW).
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World-first experiment using drones for wildlife health checks

Phys Dot Org 22 Jul 2022
student can now add "world first" to her CV after collaborating with global cinematographer Douglas Thron to accurately measure heart and breathing rates of African wildlife filmed with a drone ... In the Malawi documentary, which premiered in mid-June, Wang and Prof.
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Malawi moves elephants from overcrowded park to larger one

Times Free Press 17 Jul 2022
The entire process is a cooperation between Malawi's Department of National Parks and Wildlife, the International Fund for Animal Welfare and African Parks ... It will also alleviate habitat pressure and reduce human-wildlife conflict," African Parks representative in Malawi Sam Kamoto said.
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Malawi carries out program to translocate wildlife as national conservation initiative

Xinhua 12 Jul 2022
Wildlife officers load an elephant into a truck at Liwonde National Park in Machinga, Malawi, July 10, 2022. Malawi has carried out a program to ... Malawi carries out program to translocate wildlife as national conservation initiative.
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Saving Nature Announces the Appointment of Three New Board Members

Hastings Tribune 06 Jul 2022
Alex was also the founding country director of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Afghanistan Program and helped create Afghanistan’s first national park ... in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Wisconsin and is a former Peace Corps volunteer to Malawi ... wildlife corridors.
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Malawi to Transfer 250 Elephants Between National Parks

Voa News 23 Jun 2022
Brighton Kumchedwa, Malawi’s Director of National Parks and Wildlife, said that in addition to boosting Kasungu’s elephant population, the relocation will minimize human-wildlife conflict in the communities surrounding Liwonde ... Malawi undertook one of the largest elephant ...
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Zodwa Wabantu banned from performing in Malawi

Independent online (SA) 08 Jun 2022
Controversial entertainer Zodwa Wabantu has been banned from performing at an amapiano festival in Blantyre, Malawi, set to take place on June 10 and 11 ... The Ministry of Tourism, Culture & Wildlife in Malawi has stopped Zodwa WaBantu from performing at a show she was booked at in Blantyre due to the nature of her performances.

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