Clandestine Mupangani

2022 Fellow from Zimbabwe

Clandestine Mupangani is a legal practitioner, notary public, and conveyancer in Zimbabwe. She currently works as a legal adviser with Tikki Hywood Foundation, where she uses the law to protect wildlife and endangered species. She is a member of the Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association and an Alumna of the Youth Empowerment and Transformation Trust leadership development program. Clandestine is passionate about uplifting rural communities that are side by side with animal habitats; she does this by improving access to education for girls by fundraising to donate stationery to them. Clandestine holds a Bachelor of Laws (with honors) from the University of Zimbabwe. She is motivated by the desire to develop solutions that resolve human-wildlife conflicts in a way that benefits both humans and the environment, and she is committed to promoting environmental awareness in Africa. After completing the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, Clandestine plans to establish environmental clubs in primary schools to raise awareness and promote conservation to the younger generation. She will develop storybooks, games, quizzes, and drawing competitions, which will instill an ethos of conservation and environmental awareness in the young in a manner that is fun and easy to understand.

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