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The Nyika Vwaza (UK) Trust

Working for environmental & wildlife conservation in Northern Malawi

News

It is important for NVT to share news with its members – to update them on our activities and to keep them abreast of other conservation activities and concerns in Malawi. We do this through three channels:

Lecture Evening

We hold a Lecture evening in November each year. As part of this event we give a brief overview of our activities over the last year and future plans. Details of this year’s lecture (6th November 2019) are given on the NVT Events Page .

Twitter

Twitter iconWe have a twitter account https://twitter.com/NyikaVwazaTrust This helps keep supporters up to date with current activites in Malawi as well as with NVT.

Newsletter

The Nyika-Vwaza Trust issues two newsletters a year – these are sent to all registered supporters. To see the most current Newsletter (Spring 2019) please click here Newsletter 28

If you would like to read back copies of the Newsletter please follow the links below.

Do you have news you would like to share?

If there is any news or you are aware of events that might be of interest to our supporters please let us know, and we will try to share these or help wherever possible.

Back Copies of the NVT Newsletter

If you would like to read back copies of our newsletter, Nyika-Vwaza News, please click on the links below:

Issue 27 – Autumn 2018

Issue 26 – Spring 2018

Issue 25 – Autumn 2017

Issue 24 – Spring 2017

Issue 23 – Autumn 2016

Issue 22 – Spring 2016

Issue 21 – Autumn 2015

Issue 20 – Spring 2015

Issue 19 – Autumn 2014

Issue 18 – Spring 2014

Issue 17 – Autumn 2013

Issue 16 – Spring 2013

Issue 15 – Autumn 2012

Issue 14 – Spring 2012

Issue 13 – Autumn 2011

Issue 12 – Spring 2011

Issue 11 – Autumn 2010

Issue 10 – Spring 2010

Issue 9 – Autumn 2009

Issue 8 – Spring 2009

Issue 7 – Autumn 2008

Issue 6 – Spring 2008

Issue 5 – Autumn 2007

Issue 4 – Spring 2007

Issue 3 – Autumn 2006

Issue 2 – Spring 2006

Issue 1 – Autumn 2005