Project African Wilderness

PAW is established as a not-for-profit company and charitable Trust. The Trust has a legal agreement, called a concession, with the Government of Malawi and the Department of National Parks and Wildlife, to deliver conservation, eco tourism and poverty reduction programmes at Mwabvi Wildlife Reserve.
Mwabvi Wildlife Reserve is a small and beautiful Reserve, only 135 km2 with over 60,000 people living close to its boundaries in what is a remote part of southern Africa. Mwabvi Wildlife Reserve is very fragile and has lost most of its animals, so PAW Trust's long term objectives are:

Good Shepherd Child Care Centre

The Good Shepherd Child Care Centre is a newly developed community based organization located in the town of Lukaya, Uganda, just two hours Southwest of the capitol city of Kampala. GSCCC was started in 2005 by John Ssentamu and is currently providing equitable and affordable education for grade levels ranging from kindergarten to primary four (fourth grade).