How you can help Kasanka
Kasanka trust relies entirely on donor funding and income received through tourism to run and manage the project.
You can help us in the following ways:
Donate to our Campaigns
You can support Kasanka by donating to one or more of our campaigns
Visit one of the Parks
Along with funding received through donor support, Kasanka relies heavily on revenue gained through tourism to support the Parks.
All tourism revenue received from visitors to Kasanka and Lavushi Manda goes directly towards the cost of conserving wildlife and assisting the local community..
Thank you to our sponsors
Kasanka Trust welcomes corporate sponsorships of either the trust, one of the parks, or individual projects.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact us as we would be happy to discuss any potential projects further.
The Role of The Kasanka Trust
The Kasanka Trust is a non-profit charitable institution responsible for the Park management, community development and tourism of Kasanka National Park, Lavushi Manda National Park and Shoebill Island Camp in the Bangweulu Wetlands.
With your help, we aim to help Kasanka, Lavushi and Shoebill Island in the following ways:
Protect and Preserve
Protect wildlife within the national parks and preserve their flora and fauna
Maintain and Rebuild
Make the parks self-sustaining through the development of infrastructure
Research and Educate
Promote education and research in wildlife conservation
Develop and Support
Support rural development schemes in communities living adjacent to the national parks
British expatriate David Lloyd visits Kasanka and vows to develop and protect the park
Kasanka Trust is Established
The Kasanka Trust is registered in Zambia (1987) and in the UK (1989)
Management of Kasanka Park
National Parks and Wildlife Services hand over management of Kasanka Park to Kasanka Trust
Kasanka founder David Lloyd awarded an OBE medal in the Queens Jubilee
Park Management Contract is extended
ZAWA takes over from NPWS and grants exclusive park managment rights to the Trust
BBC films the bat migration
BBC film crew arrives at Kasanka to film the annual bat migration
World Bank provides funding
With help from the World Bank, Kasanka Trust is given funding to help restore Lavushi Manda National Park
Wildman Safaris takes over marketing
Kasanka Trust grants exclusive marketing and reservations contract to Wildman Safaris