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WWF in Zambia

WWF Zambia was established in 1962 to support conservation of natural resources in Zambia. Since 1962 WWF, formerly World Wildlife Fund Zambia has been involved in various conservation activities to conserve Zambia’s biodiversity upon which the nation’s economy and livelihoods largely depend.

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In 1990, WWF signed an Agreement with the Government of the Republic of Zambia recognising WWF’s dedication to world-wide conservation of the natural environment.

The agreement further authorised WWF to establish an office in Lusaka for purposes of managing its conservation projects in the country.

Later in 1991, the WWF International Secretariat recognized Zambia as a focal country with respect to conservation efforts within the region.

A WWF programme office for Zambia was formally established to administer and manage the development and implementation of WWF country programmes, and to provide technical assistance.

 WWF Zambia Country Office has now  over 50 years of dedicated commitment to the conservation of  Zambia's biodiversity.
WWF Zambia Offices in Lusaka

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WWF Zambia Country Office,
Plot 4978 Los Angeles Boulevard,
P.O. Box 50551 RW,
Long acres, Lusaka,

Tel: +260 211 250404
Fax: +260 211 253749


WWF’s mission is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by:

  •     conserving the world’s biological diversity;
  •     ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable;
  •     promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.