SLCS is a non-profit community based organization. We are committed to the conservation of the local wildlife and natural resources of the National Park and surrounding GMAs The South Luangwa Conservation Society is a non-profit community based organisation committed to the conservation and preservation of the local wildlife and natural resources of the National Park and surrounding game management.
The following are some of the projects we carry out:
Anti poaching patrols and snare removal programs within the park and game management areas
Upliftment of local communities by alternative income generating projects such as chili farming
Education of local children to appreciate their heritage and work towards sustainable wildlife utilization and a balanced coexistence
Sponsoring and co-ordinating village scout training programs
Assisting the Community Resources Board with natural resources protection through the forest guards
Promoting the South Luangwa Anti
Snaring Campaign in local villages and schools
Management and sponsoring of Uyoba Community School
Habitat and wildlife data collection through monitoring by village scouts
To offer high quality support services to the Zambia Wildlife Authority and to South Luangwa community resource boards targeted at supporting the realisation of excellence in wildlife management and law enforcement in the South Luangwa National Park and optimisation in the utilisation of natural resources in the surrounding GMAs.