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The Nyika Vwaza (UK) Trust

Working for environmental & wildlife conservation in Northern Malawi

Partners to the Nyika Vwaza Trust

Since the Trust was established we have received support from links with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife in Malawi, and other charitable trusts and companies:


Department of National Parks and Wildlife, Malawi








Nyika Trans Frontier Conservation Area




Tusk – Protecting Wildlife Supporting Communities Promoting Education

Tusk has awarded grants to the Trust for the following projects:
Construction of a workshop, purchase of tractor and trailer, construction of steel/wooden bridges across the Nyika National Park, and Rejuvenating a broken Land Rover.




Lilongwe Wildlife Trust– Working to protect the wildlife and habitats of Malawi 

LWT deliver our Education Programme.





The Beit Trust

The Beit Trust has awarded grants for: a bore hole at Lake Kazuni andthe construction of a staff house at Chilinda Camp.



British High Commission – Lilongwe: 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





 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.

Biosearch carried out expeditions to the Nyika from 1997 to 2009 – their  expedition reports ‘Reports on Biodiversity’ are available on their website.




FOMAThe Friends of Malawi Association 




The Society of Malawi – The Historical and Scientific Society of Malawi (

The Society was established in 1946 (then known as The Nyasaland Society) with membership open to all. The aims of the Society are to:

The Society organises regular talks on a wide range of topics and publishes an excellent journal twice yearly. It also has an excellent library and archive located at Mandala House, Mandala, Blantyre. Open to both the public and Society members, the library offers a unique collection of books, documents and photographs of interest to browsers and researchers alike.