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Our Mission

Our mission is to promote human-wildlife coexistence and socio-economic development of communities living adjacent to wildlife areas. This would ultimately lead to the conservation of wildlife in these human dominated landscapes.


We believe that conservation success depends on the involvement of communities and citizens in every conservation effort, as well as ensuring that communities benefit from coexisting with wildlife


Our Approach

Although one of our ultimate goals is to conserve wildlife, we also focus on empowering communities living adjacent to wildlife areas and improving their livelihoods. We believe that seeking and developing economic empowerment opportunities will have a net effect of reducing the community’s dependence on illegal activities i.e., bush meat poaching and illegal wildlife trade.


Our Vision

We envisage a world where humans and wild animals thrive together in harmony


Meet Our Team

We are a team of Zimbabwean Conservationists working to save our wildlife and improve the lives of the people that live alongside the wildlife. 


Dr Moreangels Mbizah

Founder and Executive Director

Born and raised in Zimbabwe. She has a DPhil in Zoology from the University of Oxford. Moreangels is passionate about inspiring the next generation of African conservationist and building the capacity of future African conservation leaders

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Simbarashe Chatikobo

Project Manager -Debshan Research Project

Simba holds a Bachelor of Science Honors Degree in Animal and Wildlife Sciences. He is passionate about local involvement in conservation matters and cultivating locally driven solutions to conservation challenges

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Tapiwa Chimbadzwa

Project Manager - Public Engagement 


Tapiwa is a certified Peace Practitioner, an animal advocate, poet, debater and music director, who believes that for the world to see positive peace there should be coexistence between humans, wildlife and the environment

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Sibusiso Khumalo

Project Manager - Nyaminyami Human-wildlife Coexistence Project


Sibusiso Jaleel Khumalo is a Conservation ecologist with an interest in Human Wildlife Conflict Mitigation. He holds a BSc in Biological Sciences with a major in ecology. He is currently finishing an MSc in Tropical Resources Ecology at the University of Zimbabwe.

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Valeriah Mangaba

Project Manager - Environmental Education

Valeriah is a conservationist at heart. Her passions include cultivating young minds towards sustainable conservation as well as community development for local people that share boundaries with wildlife 

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Liomba-Junior Mathe

Scientific Advisor

Liomba is determined to understand the complex patterns of Human lion-conflict along the edges of Protected Areas (PAs) and better contribute to improving rural livelihood systems by mitigating the conflict and provide ongoing contributions to conserve Africa’s lions

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Given Matseketsa

Scientific Advisor

Given is a sociologically-sensitive Ecologist keen to combine natural and social sciences to understand complex conservation issues and design effective interventions to conserve biodiversity. He is currently studying for his PhD at the University of Pretoria in South Africa 

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Nick Ncube

Attachment student 


Nick is studying a Bachelor of Sciences Honours Degree in Wildlife Resources Management at Lupane State University. He is interested in securing carnivore populations in  natural landscapes occupied by both humans and wildlife  through carnivore research and use of different human-wildlife conflict mitigation strategies to promote  coexistence between wildlife and people.

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Goodman Zhongove

Attachment student

Goodman is a student with Lupane State University. He is undertaking a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Wildlife Resources Management. He is interested in research and scientific publication. His conservation fight is to prevent extinction, so that the beauty of all wildlife resources can continue to be appreciated by generations to come.

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Kelvin Edison Mapisa

Attachment student  


Kevin who has rural background was saddened by the indiscriminate killing of wildlife by poachers in his rural home, viewing this as a threat to wildlife populations from a young age. He has always been drawn to conservation, joined several such clubs as a result and ultimately enrolled with Chinhoyi University of Technology to study for a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Wildlife, Ecology and Conservation.

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Wildlife Conservation Action

Our organisation is seeking ways to jointly address conservation and livelihoods issues to benefit both wildlife and people living alongside wildlife

Email: info@wildlifeconservationaction.org

Phone: 00263786009448

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