Malawi is known as ‘The Warm Heart of Africa’, both for its stunning beauty and friendly people. It is also one of the most densely populated countries in Africa and one of the poorest nations in the world. This puts enormous pressures on its natural resources. As a result, deforestation, overfishing, misuse of water, and illegal wildlife trade are big issues in Malawi.
Kuti Wildlife Reserve has been making progress since our establishment in 2005. We focus on protecting the Earth and supporting the people of Malawi. Our ongoing goal is to protect African biodiversity by changing local perceptions of wildlife. Our reserve is as important for the local communities as it is for the environment. We raise awareness about ecology and support community projects. By helping to educate Malawians to protect their heritage we hope that areas of natural beauty may be preserved for future generations.