The Nanthomba and Ntapwa YES Clubs belonging to the Liwonde zone, recently held a joint meeting at the Nangondo Primary School center. The main objective of this meeting was to develop the two YES clubs’ joint programmes and activities, as well as discussing the reintroduction of lion
We are pleased to report that the annual CITW camp season which was conducted last month at Chelinda Camp ended on a resoundingly successful note. This year’s camp marked CITW's 15th year of hosting annual camps. This year, the camp hosted 20 Eco-Club members from Chelinda and Thazima
As this year's World Tourism Day calls us to focus on the theme 'Sustainable Tourism for Development,' here's an overview of how we have tried to ensure the sustainability of our CAWS operation, so as to contribute to the development of the country’s economic, social and environmental
We’ve refreshed our image library with lots of great photos by Juliet Lemon Photography. Juliet spent some time at our camps and a few other properties across Malawi, where she captured an array of striking photographs that beautifully portray the properties and their offering, as wel
Two Zoology students from the University of Exeter have recently finished undertaking an innovative bicycle powered cinema project in Malawi, reaching over 14,000 people with their film 'Stop Wildlife Crime, Protect Malawi’s Wildlife'.