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Conservation internship in Malawi

On this internship you will build a range of skills across several conservation disciplines on projects that support both individual animal welfare and species management. You are also welcome to devote all your time to one project. Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation Join the award-winning animal care team where duties include animal husbandry (feeding, cleaning, enrichment), orphan care, vet clinic support, observations, integrations and re-introductions. Wildlife research Working on our primate and elephant projects, you will be trained in all the necessary research techniques, which may include behavioural observations, individual animals IDs, population census surveys, habitat ... Read more >
From £2,335 excluding flights

Primate internship at a sanctuary in Malawi

This internship offers you the opportunity to work at an award-winning sanctuary renowned for its high operational standards and exceptional rehabilitation/release success rates. The majority of our intakes are primates rescued from the illegal pet or bushmeat trades with the most common primate residents being yellow baboons, olive baboons, vervet monkeys and samango monkeys. Interns will work on individual cases as well as contribute to our wider research and monitoring projects. Depending on the projects running and requirements at the time of your internship, your placement may involve the following: - Primate behaviour - Primate nutrition - Primate orphan care - Primate health ... Read more >
From £2,235 excluding flights

Veterinary externship in Malawi

We run Malawi’s only wildlife sanctuary and are also mandated to provide the Government’s nationwide veterinary cover through the Wildlife Emergency Response Unit. Programme head, Dr Amanda Salb, is the only in-country veterinarian licensed for game capture and she is supported by two internationally qualified vets, meaning externs are joining a knowledgeable and experienced team. This externship is most suited to vet students. Please submit any course requirements with your application so we can plan your placement appropriately. Qualified vets and vet nurses are also welcome. Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation Externs will always be expected to prioritise the demands of the veterinary ... Read more >
From £1,370 excluding flights

Malawi volunteering holiday

Spend two weeks (or up to 12) volunteering at one of Africa’s top wildlife sanctuaries, helping to rehabilitate orphaned and injured wild animals. This sanctuary in Malawi is well known for high welfare standards and is accredited by the world’s top welfare organisations: PASA, GFAS and the Born Free Foundation. In 2017, 286 animals were cared for, 89 rescued and 67 released. On this two-week trip, you will learn lots about wildlife care and there’s never a dull day! What’s more, as Malawi’s only wildlife sanctuary this is a much-needed service, and you can be sure that your help is really making a difference. Volunteers have the chance to help out with the entire animal rehabilitation ... Read more >
From £1,370 excluding flights

Wildlife justice internship in Malawi

The Wildlife Justice Programme is a joint initiative between our trust and the Malawi government, with the aim of strengthening wildlife crime court outcomes. The programme introduced court monitoring and public/private prosecutions for the most severe wildlife crime. Work will be varied and dependent on the particular project requirements at the time. Only Malawian lawyers and court monitors are allowed in the courtroom,  however you can  expect to be involved in the following:         - Analysing courtroom monitoring data         - Drafting submission templates         - Designing standardised court procedures         - Identifying risks of case failure         - Attending workshops ... Read more >
From £1,360 excluding flights

Malawi conservation volunteering experience

The Malawi Conservation Experience is the perfect getaway for animal lovers and adventurous types who want more than the typical ‘safari’ experience. Malawi is a beautiful country and regarded as one of the safest countries to travel in Africa. The friendliness of its people has earned it the nickname The Warm Heart of Africa. The two-week trip combines hands-on work with rescued animals at Malawi’s only wildlife sanctuary and elephant and primate research in the African bush with time to relax on the shores of the famous Lake Malawi. You can also extend your stay and add on a safari to Malawi’s Liwonde National Park or the South Luangwa Valley in neighbouring Zambia, which offers some ... Read more >
From £1,800 excluding flights
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