Innocent Liwinga from Malawi was one of the 16 CITW students who attended the Youth Access Conservation and Environmental Education bridging course last year. He completed his two-month internship with CAWS at Chintheche Inn and Mvuu Camp, and African Parks in Liwonde National Park. He has also applied for further courses with SAWC, as it is his dream to be a field guide.
Innocent is currently volunteering with the Wildlife and Environmental Society of Malawi in the Nkhatabay District. He is also very involved in his local YES Club.
I loved the training so much. I am a man who have studied outside my local country. It was a life amazement for me to be on the plane. The material we studied in RSA at SAWC, has changed my life forever. I learnt so much on how to work and handle people from different cultural backgrounds – Innocent Liwinga
To read more about our partnership with the Southern African Wildlife College, click here.