Pangolins win at CITES

Publication Date: 
Septiembre 28, 2016
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Parties today at the 17th Conference of the Parties (CoP 17) of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in Johannesburg decided that the most illegally traded mammal in the world urgently needs protection from further over-exploitation. All eight pangolin species are being transferred from Appendix II to Appendix I – thus prohibiting any international commercial trade with pangolin parts.

Press Location: 
Johannesburg, South Africa
Contacto de prensa
Contacto de prensa: 
Christina Pretorius, IFAW South Africa
Eleonora Panella, IFAW EU
Contact phone: 
+27 (0) 82 330 2558
+32 2 237 60 52

INTERPOL and IFAW announce expanded wildlife crime enforcement network at tenBoma CITES event

Publication Date: 
Septiembre 28, 2016
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Today enforcement officials and global thought leaders will gather at a CITES side event as INTERPOL and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) announce their cooperation on IFAW’s tenBoma initiative in Kenya, which represents an important expansion of their longstanding collaboration combatting global wildlife trafficking.

Press Location: 
Johannesburg, South Africa
Contacto de prensa
Contacto de prensa: 
Christina Pretorius, IFAW Southern Africa
INTERPOL Press Office, Lyon, France
Contact phone: 
+27 82 330 2558
+33 4 72 44 00 00

Bill C-246 - Modernizing Animal Protections Act

Publication Date: 
Junio 7, 2016
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Bill C-246 - Modernizing Animal Protections Act

Bill C-246 - Modernizing Animal Protections Act would bring long-overdue amendments to the Criminal Code of Canada, ban the sale of cat and dog fur in Canada;  and ban the importation of shark fink into Canada.  

Please download a copy of our infographic on how this important Bill will help protect animals in Canada. 

IFAW北京猛禽救助中心年报(2001-2011)

Publication Date: 
Abril 6, 2012
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IFAW北京猛禽救助中心年报(BRRC, 2001-2011)

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Two cheetah cubs rescued in the Horn of Africa

Agosto 1, 2017
cheetah cub rescued by the cheetah conservation fund associates in somaliland

Two cheetah cubs in Somaliland have been recently rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. Both cubs were voluntarily surrendered to Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)’s local associates after extensive negotiations.

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and CCF have partnered together in the rescue of these cubs. The partnership is a part of our ongoing efforts to protect cheetahs and combat illegal wildlife trade around the world.

Two cheetah cubs rescued in the Horn of Africa

Agosto 1, 2017
cheetah cub rescued by the cheetah conservation fund associates in somaliland

Two cheetah cubs in Somaliland have been recently rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. Both cubs were voluntarily surrendered to Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)’s local associates after extensive negotiations.

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and CCF have partnered together in the rescue of these cubs. The partnership is a part of our ongoing efforts to protect cheetahs and combat illegal wildlife trade around the world.

Two cheetah cubs rescued in the Horn of Africa

Agosto 1, 2017
cheetah cub rescued by the cheetah conservation fund associates in somaliland

Two cheetah cubs in Somaliland have been recently rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. Both cubs were voluntarily surrendered to Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)’s local associates after extensive negotiations.

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and CCF have partnered together in the rescue of these cubs. The partnership is a part of our ongoing efforts to protect cheetahs and combat illegal wildlife trade around the world.

Two cheetah cubs rescued in the Horn of Africa

Agosto 1, 2017
cheetah cub rescued by the cheetah conservation fund associates in somaliland

Two cheetah cubs in Somaliland have been recently rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. Both cubs were voluntarily surrendered to Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)’s local associates after extensive negotiations.

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and CCF have partnered together in the rescue of these cubs. The partnership is a part of our ongoing efforts to protect cheetahs and combat illegal wildlife trade around the world.

Two cheetah cubs rescued in the Horn of Africa

Agosto 1, 2017
cheetah cub rescued by the cheetah conservation fund associates in somaliland

Two cheetah cubs in Somaliland have been recently rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. Both cubs were voluntarily surrendered to Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)’s local associates after extensive negotiations.

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and CCF have partnered together in the rescue of these cubs. The partnership is a part of our ongoing efforts to protect cheetahs and combat illegal wildlife trade around the world.

Two cheetah cubs rescued in the Horn of Africa

Agosto 1, 2017
cheetah cub rescued by the cheetah conservation fund associates in somaliland

Two cheetah cubs in Somaliland have been recently rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. Both cubs were voluntarily surrendered to Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)’s local associates after extensive negotiations.

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and CCF have partnered together in the rescue of these cubs. The partnership is a part of our ongoing efforts to protect cheetahs and combat illegal wildlife trade around the world.