Gender

Bridget Mayani falls in love with wildlife management

BRIDGET handing out education materials.

BENEDICT TEMBO, Lusaka
BRIDGET Mayani already had the passion for nature and the desire to contribute to its conservation.
The career guidance talk by Copperbelt University (CBU) lecturer Exhilda Chisha-Kasuma motivated Bridget to study wildlife management at CBU.
To enhance her passion for wildlife management, she underwent internship with the Zambia Carnivore Programme (ZCP) at the Liuwa Plain National Park project site in Kalabo district, Western Province, in August, 2019.
Since then, Bridget has never looked back because of the great experience she had with ZCP.
“I have acquired a lot of valuable skills, most importantly how to live and work with colleagues, teamwork, intensive field work and office work with additional computer software programme skills like GIS (Geographic Information System) and Garmin Basecamp,” Bridget says.
Bridget has also acquired more skills like motorbike riding and mechanical skills.http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/




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