The Wildlife and Environmental Conservation Society of Zambia (WECSZ) is a charitable, membership-based, NGO dedicated to championing the harmonious co-existence of humans and nature through education, research, advocacy and conservation of Zambia’s ecosystems.
WECSZ is the service provider of an Environmental Education programme called Chongololo and Chipembele Conservations Clubs which it has been managing in partnership with the Ministry of General Education since 1972.
Elephant Charge support aids WECSZ in servicing in excess of 1400 school clubs with yearly Environmental Education print magazines, training of teachers to manage their respective school clubs together with the production and airing of an Envinornmental Education Radio programme (Chongololo Club of the Air) on 10 radio stations nationwide.
WECSZ distributes at least 10,000 copies of Chongololo and Chipembele Club magazines nationwide to school clubs through the organisations’ national branches, a network of focal persons and strategic partners and is reaching out to young children and youths of Zambia with conservation information.
WECSZ ensures to provide them with platforms and skills necessary to enable them mitigate and adapt to a changing climate through linkages for young children and youths to industry experts in the conservation sector, most of whom have been Chongololo and Chipembele Club members.
Below you can find see all the grants that have been awarded to The Wildlife and Environmental Conservation Society of Zambia (WECSZ).
Received $30.303 in grants from the Fuchs Elephant Charge 2021 – Matakula
Received $25.000 in grants from the Fuchs Elephant Charge 2020 – Kawanga River
Received $30.349 in grants from the Fuchs Elephant Charge 2019 – Nankanga Hill