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.
|Alex Bulirani, Dr. Alexander Masankho Bulirani is the current Chairman of the Board of Trustees. He is a top carrier civil servant working for the Ministry of Agriculture Irrigation and Water Development as Controller of Agriculture Services. He joined Wildlife Action Group (WAG) in 1997. Dr. Bulirani has served WAG in different capacities and facilitated the first Memorandum of Understanding between WAG and the Department of Forestry in 1997. His training is in Fisheries much of which was obtained in France. Dr. Bulirani was Director of the Department of Fisheries in Malawi from 2007 to 2017. He spent his middle carrier years in Salima-Senga Bay where he worked for a series of regional projects on Lake Malawi from 1991 to 2002 funded by the World Bank and other multi-lateral donor agencies. nd also project manager of a SADC/GEF Lake Malawi Biodiversity Conservation Project.|
|Tony Finch is trustee of the Wildlife Action Group since March 2003. He has a degree in Forestry.|
|Armando de Oliveira.|
|Brighton Kumchedwa, worked in different portfolios in the country’s various national parks, wildlife reserves and nature sanctuaries. Major part of my career in the Department of National Parks and Wildlife has been working in environmental education and community engagement (awareness and livelihood enhancement). He is currently Director of the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Brighton's key milestones are raising the profile of wildlife conservation in the country.|
|John Ngaland, in remembrance of John and his valueable membership as WAG trustee.|