Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust believes a holistic approach to conservation is necessary to protect southern Africa’s majestic wildlife. We employ best science, community participation, and visionary and practical management in our anti-poaching efforts, wildlife conservation, rescue and rehabilitation, human-wildlife conflict mitigation, and research to prevent the spread of zoonotic diseases. We’re synergistically stewarding a culture of coexistence with wildlife throughout the region among local communities, NGOs, wildlife agencies and others.
The Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust believes that wildlife research plays a key role in finding sustainable solutions for long term conservation. Increasing human populations places strains on environmental resources, including wildlife habitat. Learn More
The Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust has established a Wildlife Disease Diagnostics and Forensics laboratory in Victoria Falls National Park. The laboratory is a field station laboratory that aims to look at zoonotic and transboundary animal diseases. Learn More
Many of the challenges we face in conservation are ultimately caused by humans. Therefore if we are to be successful in the long-term conservation of wildlife and natural resources we have to work with people so they see the benefits of conservation. Learn More