Links

HEEED Malawi – a Malawian NGO (acronym: Health-Education-Environment-Economic Development) working for the health and well-being of both the communities and the environment close to Lake Malawi National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site. HEEED Malawi runs an Eco-lodge and Volunteer Programme that funds the various related activities and projects.

2019: BBC: Sir David Attenborough Seven Worlds, One Planet, Episode 7, Africa, Amazon Prime Video

2017: The Hiding Hyena play

2012: Japanese Broadcasting Company: NHK World Heritage 100 Series: Lake Malawi UNESCO World Heritage Site

2010: TVM (TV Malawi): Bilharzia Research, Chembe Village, Cape Maclear, Malawi

2010: TVM (TV Malawi) productions: Saving Lake Malawi

2009: NKH Japanese Broadcasting Company: Catfish cichlids of Lake and Malawi

2009: BBC: Sir David Attenborough Planet Earth, Episode 3 Fresh Water, Lake Malawi Life Netflick

2008: Globe Trekker: Malawi and Zambia

2007: Destination Wilderness: Africa, Blue Gold beneath the Sands

2006: YLETV2 (Finnish Broadcasting Company.): Exploited Lake Malawi

2006: Rotary International, WWF Finland: Sustainable Economic and Environmental Strategies to Combat Famine and Disease in Malawi, Africa: A HEEED Malawi Project

2005: WWF Finland HEEED Malawi: Cichlids of Lake Malawi

2004: YLE Finnish Television produced a documentary entitled Alison I Stora Världen produced by Birgitta Wegelius: a biography of Alison’s artistic and conservation work in Africa, Europe, North and Central America

2004: Rotary International, WWF Finland, HEEED Malawi: Hiding Hyena Documentary

2004: Rotary International Hiding Hyena, HEEED Malawi: The Hiding Hyena

2004: WWF Finland, HEEED Malawi: HEEED Scuba School Cape Maclear Lake Malawi

Chembe Projects  – Malawian NGO

Ru Runeberg – Finnish silversmith artist

Tanzanian Rock Art Conservation Centre

HERITAGE EXPEDITIONS – a New Zealand Travel Company specializing in journeys (aboard Spirit of Enderby)to remote, unique and pristine parts of the world: Antarctic, Sub-Antarctic Islands, The Russian Far East, Melanesia and Western Pacific

FADCANIC (Fundacion para la Autonomia y el Desarollo de la Costa Atlantica de Nicaragua) – a Nicaraguan NGO dedicated to nurture, strengthen and develop the process of Autonomy of the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua: from civil society through the qualitative transformation of social, economic, cultural and political relations that benefit the indigenous and ethnic-minority  communities of the region