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Wildlife Action Group - Malawi
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ABOUT Wildlife Action Group Malawi

Trustees

Lynn Clifford and her Thuma Scout Team

Lynn Clifford and 'her' Thuma Scout Team

W.A.G. is registered in Malawi as a non-governmental, non-profit organization under the Trustees Incorporation Rules since 1994. It's main objectives are to protect Malawi's wildlife and the supporting environment and to assist and support the Malawi Government to protect areas like National Parks, Game and Forest Reserves.

WAG Chairman Alex Bulirani Alex Bulirani joined the Wildlife Action Group in July 2001 as a trustee; nowadays he is the chairman of W.A.G.. Alex is Director of Fisheries Department and also project manager of a SADC/GEF Lake Malawi Biodiversity Conservation Project.
WAG Trustee Georg Kloeble Georg Kloeble is founder, former chairman and now trustee of the Wildlife Action Group. Georg has been interested and involved in nature conservation since childhood. For the same reason he came to Malawi in 1984 and has been involved in wildlife and nature conservation since. Witnessing the enormous degree of poaching and deforestation made him founding the Wildlife Action Group in Malawi.
WAG Trustee Susanne Kneissl Susanne Kneissl is co-founder and trustee of the Wildlife Action Group and Georg's partner. She came to Malawi in 1990, running tourist lodges near Lilongwe and in Senga Bay at Lake Malawi. Susanne has got a Diploma in Game Ranch Management. She is coordinating the volunteer programme for Thuma Forest Reserve and updating this website.
John Ngalande John Ngalande John Ngalande is trustee of the Wildlife Action Group since November 1998. He is the Deputy Director in the Department of Forestry in Lilongwe, Malawi.
John Dickinson John Dickinson is trustee of the Wildlife Action Group since beginning of 2009. The 55 year has quit the development business and is currently constructing a lodge in Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve.
Tony Tony Finch is trustee of the Wildlife Action Group since March 2003. He has a degree in Forestry.
Alan Chinula, lawyer in Lilongwe, joined the Wildlife Action Group as a trustee since 2009.