Vivian John Wilson
In 1973 Mr. Wilson started the Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage. Its work involves rescuing trapped or injured wildlife, caring for orphaned animals, returning captive animals to the wild, establishing breeding groups of endangered African wildlife, research into wildlife and ecology, and education of the public, particularly children, in all fields of conservation. In addition, Mr. Wilson is carrying out surveys on the distribution of Cheetah in Zimbabwe and on protection of the Chirinda forest. Mr. Wilson, a biologist, won the Rolex Enterprise Award in 1987 for his research on the duiker. He is chairman of Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Board.