Do fence us in!

 Bring the black rhino back to Mwabvi.........

Just £10 buys a fence square. And £200 buys a whole fence 'panel'!

We need fencing to protect the animal populations and prevent poaching. And more importantly, so that we can reintroduce big game like the black rhino that used to live here.

black rhino on the road

We need to build 100 km of elephant proof fence around the reserve, with solar electrics and 6 permanent maintenance stations around it. The total cost will be in the region of £500,000 and we desperately need your support to raise the funds for this vital part of the park’s infrastructure.

There are 2 ways to help: you can sponsor a whole panel, or just as importantly you can sponsor a square! Do it for yourself, your company, or as the present for someone who has everything!

Sponsor a whole panel - and keep the poachers out!!

We are looking for 1000 individuals, companies or organisations to sponsor one panel each. It may seem like a big ask but we are confident that together we can raise the funds to secure the Mwabvi Reserve for future generations to enjoy.

The cost to sponsor one panel of our conservation fence is £200 . This covers the cost of the raw material and a percentage of the labour involved in building and installing the fence.

In return, all panel sponsors will feature on a dedicated section of our website tracking the progress of the conservation fence. 

Your name and logo will feature on our website within our ‘Friends and Supporters’ section.

We will keep in touch with you via email updates to ensure you know about the latest PAW developments.

Sponsor a square - and keep a kudu safe!!

We are asking as many people as possible to buy fence squares for £10 . Your contributions will all go towards the cost of employing and training local labour to build the fence.

We will keep in touch with you to make sure you know about the latest PAW developments, and send an electronic certificate with our thanks.

For details and a form contact us .

. PAW: Promoting environmental conservation and development in Malawi.