Promoting & supporting the sustainability of wildlife
& wild habitats in protected areas

Adrian Wilson

About Conservation Zambezi

Established in the UK since 1992, and led by Dr Adrian Wilson, Conservation Zambezi (CZ) promotes and supports the sustainability of wildlife and wild habitats in Protected Areas (PAs) in the Zambezi River Valley and Basin.

CZ recognises that Parks Authorities and local communities living adjacent to or within PAs play a pivotal role in the conservation of the biodiversity of these areas; thus capacity building for parks rangers and local community development underpin the sustainability of wilderness.

Established in the UK in 1992

Conservation Zambezi Elephant

Registered UK Charity Number

Formal partnerships with:

Your Donation

Conservation Zambezi Donate

We depend on your donations to protect wildlife and to support and empower parks rangers and local communities.

Our Collaboration

Our existing partnership with Tashinga Initiative (TI) was forged in 2006. TI implements its projects directly in the field, benefitting the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority’s (ZimParks) wildlife protected areas.

TI offers outstanding organizational, supervisory and management skills which ensure efficient and reliable implementation of our resources to develop collaborative projects. TI works on a variety of projects: solar power, VHF radio communications, infrastructure, land and water transport, ranger training and equipment, food security for the Ranger community and more.


Take a journey into the field

 See how your donation will be implemented into relevant and strategic conservation projects.

 Wildlife Rangers are on the frontlines of conservation, and although face unprecedented challenges and threats, continue to patrol thousands of square kilometres of Protected Areas enabling the survival of wildlife.  Conservation Zambezi proudly supports Rangers’ wildlife protection efforts towards achieving a holistic conservation goal.

 Visit our partner Tashinga Initiative at and support our efforts towards a more secure environment for wildlife.

Contact Us

Any queries or questions about Conservation Zambezi, please use the details below and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

+44 (0) 77 6709 7732