North Luangwa Conservation Programme
Contact: Mrs Claire Lewis
North Luangwa National Park
P.O. Box 450189
About North Luangwa Conservation Programme
Frankfurt Zoological Society works for a world that protects and values biological diversity as the basis for all life and the livelihoods of present and future generations. Within this context, our goal is to work with and for people to secure biodiversity in key ecosystems worldwide. FZS maintains long-term conservation programmes in Africa, South America, Asia and Europe.
The Africa Programme is FZS’s largest and oldest and is active in five focal countries: Zambia, Zimbabwe, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia and Tanzania. The Africa Regional Office is situated in Tanzania. In Zambia, FZS has been active through its North Luangwa Conservation Programme for over thirty years (https://fzs.org/en/projects/north-luangwa/) and has recently expanded its portfolio to include the Nsumbu Tanganyika Conservation Project.