All Blog Posts for Education

29 December 2016 Erica Martin
Our video team has been fortunate enough to chronicle so many of our successes over the years. Here is a rundown of our Read more »
The author hauling a tusk to be placed in the pyre for burning in Kenya.
28 December 2016 Azzedine Downes
The International Fund for Animal Welfare had a lot to celebrate in 2016. Here is a round-up through the numbers: 105 metric Read more »
Abu Dhabi zoo’s festival raises wildlife awareness
28 November 2016
Held under the theme of ‘Wildlife: Keep it Wild and Alive – Stop the Illegal Pet Trade!” the two-day Al Read more »
Local South African artist Wesley van Eeden (Resoborg), who designed the Durban
22 November 2016 Nancy Barr
On their first day together, Youth Forum for People and Wildlife delegates visited the Kliptown Youth Program (KYP) in Read more »
Many of the children were incredibly excited at the idea of being able to visit
5 October 2016 Christina Pretorius
Sheena Dale, Project Manager CLAW – Operations, IFAW South Africa, submitted this blog. In honour of the CITES CoP17 Read more »
Are Australian and New Zealand auction houses contributing to the illegal ivory
28 September 2016
What do you think of when you hear the words ‘auction house’? Do you have Hollywood-like imaginings of a Read more »
"Cats, Dogs and Us" Education Programme
"Cats, Dogs and Us" education resources: Free Australian curriculum compatible lesson plans for Years 1-6.

New "Cats, Dogs and Us" education programme: Free classroom-ready resources for Years 1-6.