Chongololo club: Draws its name from a Chewa translation of a Millipede, it is for school going children from grade 1 to 7. The lessons in the clubs focuses on Zambian habitats. Chongololo club of the air: CCOA is a weekly 30-minute radio program that is designed to support environmental magazines. It is now broadcast on community radio stations including Radio Luapula, Chikankata FM, Sinazongwe Community Radio, Radio Maria, Kalomo FM, Radio Ichengelo, Zambezi Radio and Mpika FM
Chipembele club: Draws its name from a Bemba translation of a Rhino, the club is for school going children from grade 8 to 12 and community members. It focuses on environmental problems and issues. The children are reached through their schools as established in our memorandum of understanding with the ministry of general education.
UNITE FOR CLIMATE AND CONSERVATION
UNITE4CLIMATE AND CONSERVATION (U4CC) PROGRMAME Unite4Climate (U4C) programme is one of UNICEF’s signature child-led advocacy programmes in partnership with the Wildlife and Environmental Conservation Society of Zambia ( WECSZ).It has been implemented since 2010.
THE WORK WE DO
”… a technological-approach to tree planting that ensures a higher survival rate of tree seedlings in their initial critical growth stage by promoting water conservation coupled with reduced labour on watering…”
In its continued effort to conserve afromontane biodiversity while improving the welfare of local people, the Wildlife and Environmental Conservation Society of Zambia (WECSZ) took to Mulakatembo to train twenty selected members of the community on how to raise indigenous tree nurseries. This was part of the Conservation and Forest Management project in the Mafinga Hills priority KBA, Zambia. The project has trained about sixty people from three villages namely Malungule, Mulekatembo and Nachisitu.
Malungule, Mulekatatembo and Nachisitu villages lie astride the Mafinga hills in Mafinga District of Muchinga province. The people here are mostly traditional pastoralists who also act as guardians of biological diversity. They play a critical role in the preservation of the headwaters of the Luangwa River. Commenting on the project, chief Mwenichifungwe said his people had received the initiative with excitement and would commit to ensuring its success.
WECSZ has made strides to help communities Read more AboutBoosting the resilience of Afromontane ecosystems
The discourse about conservation has been marred with debates on whether or not communities can acquire economic benefits from conservation activities, especially in developing countries. Being a developing country, Zambia requires conserv ation activities which factors in the livelihood of concerned communities. WECSZ is endeavouring to deliver projects oriented at conserving biodiversity while supporting strong Read more about Embedding biodiversity in every development activity[…]
To cull literally means to remove somebody or something considered worthless. It can also mean to select or gather people or things, especially those that are good examples of their kind. In Wildlife management, to cull is to remove an animal, especially a sick or weak one, from a herd or flock. It is a Read more about Culling, Wildlife Management[…]
There are many things you can do as an individual to help save our environment. However, the fight for the environment is not a singular battle, it needs the combined efforts of many others. So share the tips with family and friends. 1. Be water wise Landscape with waterwise indigenous plants Reduce lawn to a Read more about Top Six Green Living Tips[…]