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Our archive of articles about WCP’s work across landscapes addressing wildlife and environmental crime and its impact on communities:

September 6, 2022

Cooking will not kill bacteria in bushmeat

WCP Zambia

Many of us believe we can kill the bacteria in our food, especially meat, by simply cooking. But University of Zambia Professor of Veterinary Public Health and Wildlife Medicine, Dr. Musso Munyeme, has revealed that there are a number of survivalist bacterial pathogens that are very resistant even to extreme temperatures.

March 2, 2023

Lusaka DNPW officers arrest suspect at KKIA

WCP Zambia

Department of National Parks and Wildlife officers at the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (KKIA) on Tuesday disrupted the journey of a Chinese national after finding him with illegally-acquired elephant ivory.

July 7, 2023

North-Western Subordinate Courts convict three men for illegal bushmeat

WCP Zambia

Kasempa Subordinate Court has convicted and sentenced Bernard Nkanza and Vincent Kayaya to 5 years imprisonment for the illegal possession of bushmeat.

March 26, 2023

WCP Environmental Crime Journalism Fellowship

WCP Zambia

High-quality environmental journalism is vital to raise awareness, to change behaviour, to hold perpetrators and institutions to account.

In response, WCP Zambia has established the Environmental Crime Journalism Fellowship.