Lilongwe Wildlife Centre

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Intensive veterinary course, Malawi

Learn wildlife veterinary medicine in the field, on this seven-day, intensive experience in one of Africa’s top rehabilitation facilities. Designed to provide a hands-on introduction to the subject of wildlife veterinary medicine, this course includes both lectures and wet labs, with careful instruction from Malawi’s leading wildlife veterinarians. Assisting with the annual health monitoring programme is another key duty. This includes physical exams, monitoring patients, collecting samples and analysis. Numbers are limited on each course so there are just eight participants allowed, to make sure you receive individual instruction and get the maximum chance to participate. There is also ... Read more >
From £1,000 excluding flights

7 day wildlife rehabilitation course, Malawi

Travel to one of Africa’s best wildlife centres for a seven-day course in wildlife rehabilitation. The course has been designed for students or graduates looking for practical knowledge and experience in wildlife rehabilitation, but we also welcome anyone with a willingness to learn and interest in wildlife! Numbers are deliberately kept small on each course, so that participants benefit from teaching carefully tailored to your level of experience. Anyone attending this course is very welcome to extend their stay, or join us beforehand as part of our volunteer programme. Please get in touch and we can send further details. THE COURSE Through a combination of theory and practical ... Read more >
From £800 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
Lilongwe Wildlife Trust is offering 20% off 2018 volunteer bookings if you book by September 30th. (excluding courses, vet externship and bookings already made)
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