How You Can Help
Partner with ARC
As our name says, we welcome connecting with like-minded people and organisations. We enjoy working with people who have different skills, knowledge and backgrounds to enhance and strengthen Zambian Conservation. If you have an idea, project or even a product – the more innovative the better – then why not partner with us to strengthen its success.
Buy our ebooks
We are currently working with partners to develop ebooks for visitors to two National Parks. We choose ebooks over traditional print media because they are more environmentally friendly, and we know how frustrating it is to buy a new book only to find out that the information is already out of date. And, of course, your tablet or e-reader is lighter to carry then a heavy printed book!
If, like us, you are passionate about wildlife and conservation and would like to fundraise for one of our projects, then we would love to hear from you. You can fundraise in many different ways – from sponsored coffee mornings and quizzes to walks and even marathons – the choice is yours!
ARC is not dependent on funding from large donors and international organisations and being volunteers, we do not have large administration expenses. This means we can implement projects that directly benefit the wildlife, places and people who most need our assistance. And, most importantly, all donations go directly into our projects, rather than covering expensive overheads.
If you like our projects and would like to fundraise or make a donation for them, then you can through Paypal. We can also gratefully accept donations locally in cash or by cheque or via SWIFT directly to our Zambian bank account with Indo-Zambia Bank – please contact us for further details.
Like us, you can volunteer directly for the Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW). To find out more about the Hon. Wildlife Police Officer Unit, why not visit your local DNPW Office and also check out their Facebook Page – Zambian Honorary Wildlife Police Officers
Visit a National Park
The best way to find out more about Zambia’s amazing and diverse wildlife and the beautiful habitats in which they live is to visit the numerous National Parks and protected areas around the Country.
The two most accessible are Mosi-au-Tunya National Park in Livingstone and Lusaka National Park in Lusaka. Both are open all year round and are open to day visitors.
With 20 National Parks to choose from, each with their own unique characteristics, the choice can be a bit overwhelming – so we why not check out the Zambia Tourism Agency’s website for lots more details and information