Holding a helpless, injured cow, I survived the second quake in Nepal

Don, 05/14/2015
Revised shelter to protect Chameli. IFAW also gave her owners were also given ta

 

Animals can sense an earthquake before human beings.

Holding a helpless, injured cow, I survived the second quake in Nepal

Don, 05/14/2015
Revised shelter to protect Chameli. IFAW also gave her owners were also given ta

 

Animals can sense an earthquake before human beings.

Holding a helpless, injured cow, I survived the second quake in Nepal

Don, 05/14/2015
Revised shelter to protect Chameli. IFAW also gave her owners were also given ta

 

Animals can sense an earthquake before human beings.

Holding a helpless, injured cow, I survived the second quake in Nepal

Don, 05/14/2015
Revised shelter to protect Chameli. IFAW also gave her owners were also given ta

 

Animals can sense an earthquake before human beings.

Holding a helpless, injured cow, I survived the second quake in Nepal

Don, 05/14/2015
Revised shelter to protect Chameli. IFAW also gave her owners were also given ta

 

Animals can sense an earthquake before human beings.

Holding a helpless, injured cow, I survived the second quake in Nepal

Don, 05/14/2015
Revised shelter to protect Chameli. IFAW also gave her owners were also given ta

 

Animals can sense an earthquake before human beings.

WATCH: Bosnian village of Lopare first to complete a Humane Community Development plan

Fre, 05/15/2015

IFAW’s work with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Bosnia-Herzegovina is celebrating a milestone.

In Lopare, a small village in the north of the country, which has had problems with roaming dogs for the past few years, community members have now completed their Humane Community Development plan, and the relationship between people and dogs is beginning to improve.

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Holding a helpless, injured cow, I survived the second quake in Nepal

Don, 05/14/2015
Revised shelter to protect Chameli. IFAW also gave her owners were also given ta

Animals can sense an earthquake before human beings.

Record 1,160 Kilograms of Ivory and 65 Rhino Horns Seized in Mozambique

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Don, 05/14/2015
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Record 1,160 Kilograms of Ivory and 65 Rhino Horns Seized in Mozambique

Mozambique has made its biggest ever seizure of ivory and rhino horn – more than one tonne of ivory, and 65 rhino horns.

The seizures were made last week, Tuesday 5th May, in a raid on a private home in Matola, a small city close to the capital of Maputo. A Chinese national has reportedly been arrested. The cache included 340 elephant tusks weighting 1,160 kgs and 65 rhino horns weighing 124 kgs. Authorities said some of the tusks were still bloody, indicating they were from recently poached elephants.

Press Location: 
Cape Town, South Africa
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Christina Pretorius (IFAW Southern Africa)
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+27 82 330 2558

Students around Amboseli head to school with scholarships from IFAW

Don, 05/14/2015
The student beneficiaries of the IFAW education scholarship with OOGR and IFAW s

The student beneficiaries of the IFAW education scholarship with OOGR and IFAW staff membersEducation is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world - Nelson Mandela