Lynn Clifford profile in EPI Newsletter

February 20th, 2020

Lovely to see the work of our great friend and colleague, Lynn Clifford of WAG in Malawi being acknowledged in the February Newsletter for the Elephant Protection Initiative (EPI).

“Growing up in Ireland, Africa was a place that grabbed my imagination and I dreamed of working there. Then I started reading about “Leakey’s Angels” – Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey and Birutė Galdikas. I wanted to be like them when I grew up, living in the bush and protecting wildlife. Dreams do come true.”

The EPI is an African-led response to the elephant crisis. A majority of Africa’s surviving elephants – both forest and savannah species – are in EPI countries. These have common policies to save Africa’s elephants and to build a sustainable future for its people.

Lynn Clifford, EPI Newsletter Feb 2020

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