Zano / ProtectAfrica.org
Malawi is a remarkable country. This blog is updated daily and features the photos of people who live and have lived in this special corner of the world. If you like what you see, please re-blog! We want more people to learn about Malawi! We also feature news relevant to Malawi and our organization.

Our organization is called Zano. Our projects are in and around Liwonde National Park. We protect endangered species, provide scholarships to children, and promote rural entrepreneurship. We believe that the best way to reduce poverty in Malawi is to directly engage community members and work with them to identify causes of suffering and potential solutions.

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Throwback Thursday! Food vendors selling fish to passengers on Malawi’s lake ferry, the MV Ilala. Lake Malawi - 1967. All rights reserved by Laird A. Scott. For more information about Zano, please visit www.ProtectAfrica.org. 
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A malachite kingfisher in Malawi’s Liwonde National Park. Photo (c) by Koen Heikens. For more information about Zano, visit www.ProtectAfrica.org. 
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A squacco heron in Malawi’s Liwonde National Park. Photo (c) by Koen Heikens. For more information about Zano, visit www.ProtectAfrica.org. 
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Hippos and warthogs grazing together in Malawi’s Liwonde National Park. Photo (c) by Koen Heikens. For more information about Zano, visit www.ProtectAfrica.org. 
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Sunset on the Shire River in Malawi’s Liwonde National Park. Photo (c) by Koen Heikens. For more information about Zano, visit www.ProtectAfrica.org. 
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A lichtenstein hartebeest in Malawi’s Liwonde National Park. Photo (c) by Koen Heikens. For more information about Zano, visit www.ProtectAfrica.org. 
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Four zebras in Malawi’s Liwonde National Park. Photo (c) by Koen Heikens. For more information about Zano, visit www.ProtectAfrica.org. 
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A sable antelope in a mopane forest in Malawi’s Liwonde National Park. Photo (c) by Koen Heikens. For more information about Zano, visit www.ProtectAfrica.org. 
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Along the Shire River, north of Liwonde Town. In beautiful Malawi. Photo (c) by Koen Heikens. For more information about Zano, visit www.ProtectAfrica.org.