Education photos & video
Our best hope
IFAW’s education programmes empower young people and communities to take positive action for animals.
- Our Animal Action education programme reaches 5,000,000 young people in 18+ countries.
- Aboard our floating classrooms, children learn to respect and appreciate whales and other endangered marine wildlife.
- We teach community-based companion animal welfare from South Africa to Navajo Nation.
- We help local communities in Africa and Asia learn to live in harmony with wild animals.
Animal Action Education
- Coming Soon! Register to recieve our free Cats, Dogs and Us programme for Grades K-6 and preview the companion classroom video online today on Vimeo » or YouTube »
- Visit our Library Free resources for educators »
- Nominate. Tell us why your hero should receive an Animal action award
Two years to the day after Lily – we call her Lily, the Warrior Dog – was rescued after being buried alive Read more »
Together with the United Nations Development Program a small IFAW team embarked on an exciting new journey in Bosnia helping Read more »
In the slideshow above, we see members of the the Wildlife Conservation Division of the Royal Government of Bhutan in Read more »
Together with the United Nations Development Program a small IFAW team embarked on an exciting new journey in Bosnia helping Watch Video »
More than 500 South African school children attended Jungle Theatre Company performances. In the video above, the author Watch Video »
IFAW President & CEO Azzedine Downes discusses some of the challenges and opportunities we face in helping to protect Watch Video »
Animal heroes will tomorrow (Tuesday) receive prestigious awards for their outstanding work from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (www.ifaw.org). IFAW’s annual Animal Action Awards ceremony will be hosted at the House of Lords by Baron Read more »
Actor and activist Leonardo DiCaprio joined IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare – www.ifaw.org) today in calling for the world community to step up efforts to save elephants from poaching and the illegal ivory trade, which have escalate Read more »
A state-of-the-art whale research vessel has returned to Icelandic waters to carry out further vital, non-invasive research on whales and their behaviour. Song of the Whale, owned by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW www.ifaw.org) and o Read more »
IFAW’s, (the International Fund for Animal Welfare, www.ifaw.org) research vessel, The Song of the Whale is contributing to one of the most comprehensive whale studies in the world - conducting critical research to help save whales from collisi Read more »
This week seven International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW - www.ifaw.org) Action Awards are being presented to Australians from around the country who have made an outstanding contribution to animal welfare. This international accolade recogn Read more »
The Song of the Whale, IFAW’s research vessel, is designed to carry out noninvasive research to inform conservation, us Read more »
The loud voice of the parade commander and a booming brass band fill the air, competing with the melodies of chirping birds Read more »
It’s a little-known secret that in the lush paradise of Bali, dog meat restaurants exist. The market for dog meat isn Read more »
The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Mid-year Meeting last week was a family affair. CGI is an organization that brings Read more »