Wildlife Action Group
WAG is a grassroots NGO co-managing two governmental protected forest reserves in Central Malawi. Their work involves activities to:
- Stop illegal poaching of African wildlife (elephants, antelopes, monkeys, leopards) and stop deforestation of the forest reserves.
- Protect and conserve an important biodiversity hotspot in Malawi for animals, birds, insects, plants and trees. The forest reserves where they work are some of the few protected areas where elephant and buffalo still live.
- Work holistically with local communities to help protect and conserve the forest and wildlife through education, wildlife law enforcement and income generating activities.
Learn more about WAG and how you can help at https://www.wag-malawi.org/