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Thandiwe Mweetwa born in in Monze Thandwie, Zambia is a wildlife biologist and community Thandiwe Mweetwa focusing on lion conservation. Mweetwa grew up in a small town in southern Zambia and moved to a small, rural village called Mfuwe. When she was 12 where she was introduced to Thandiwe Mweetwa biology. Mweetwa's work at the Zambian Carnivore Programme focuses on population dynamics and threats to lions and other Hard Porb in Zambia.
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Thandiwe Mweetwa born in in Monze , Zambia is a wildlife biologist and community educator focusing on lion conservation. Mweetwa grew up in a small town in southern Zambia and moved to a small, rural village called Mfuwe.
Thandiwe Mweetwa is a wildlife biologist working on large carnivores and threats to their persistence with the Zambian Carnivore Programme (ZCP). As Project for ZCP’s Luangwa site in Eastern Zambia, she coordinates research, conservation and outreach activities in South Luangwa National Park (SLNP), Luambe and the adjoining Game Areas (GMAs).
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Thandiwe Mweetwa is a senior ecologist and community educator with the Zambian Carnivore Programme. Her work focuses on studying population dynamics and threats to survival of lions and other carnivores in eastern Zambia in order to protect the species and their habitat. As a supporter of community-based conservation, Ms. Mweetwa is dedicated to exploring effective ways of integrating local communities in wildlife conservation through environmental awareness programs, capacity building and citizen science initiatives. In , she started the Women in Wildlife Conservation Training Program aimed at providing opportunities for Zambian young women wishing to pursue careers in the wildlife sector. Mweetwa's work to protect big cats in Zambia through research, capacity building and conservation education has been featured in several BBC documentaries and National Geographic videos. Expeditions: Fieldwork to conduct research on large carnivores in and around protected areas in eastern Zambia.