Sharing tenBoma strategy with European policy makers

Tue, 11/15/2016
Sharing tenBoma strategy with European policy makers

EU presentations provided the basis for an open discussion, and a range of opinions were expressed during the debate on some important themes such as the role of communities and the replicability of the project.Recently, IFAW hosted a roundtable e

Как дела у тигров?

Tue, 11/08/2016
Vladik, a healthy young male, approximately 1.5-2 years of age, was captured in

Vladik, a healthy young male, approximately 1.5-2 years of age, was captured in Vladivostock and is now being closely monitored while he is under quarantineВ конце октября случилось много событий в тигрином мире.

Wildlife campaign reaches more than 11 million Chinese netizens

Tue, 11/15/2016
The campaign graphics include one with an elephant and one with a rhino.

The campaign graphics include one with an elephant and one with a rhino.On November 11th, China’s biggest shopping day, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) launched a new campaign to dissuade consumption of endangered species.

11.11, also called “Singles Day,” has now become the world’s largest online shopping period.

Bringing pangolin traffickers to justice in Africa

Tue, 11/15/2016
De la nécessité de traduire les trafiquants de pangolin en justice en Afrique

Traders illegally selling a pangolin are caught on hidden camera before their arrest.Pangolins young and old are slaughtered for their meat, scales and claws to be used as food and traditional medicines, largely in China. By the hundreds of thousands, they are the victims of the rampant global illegal wildlife trade.

Wildlife Law Enforcement Agencies Gather to Enhance Skills of Wildlife Law Prosecution

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Tue, 11/15/2016
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Boosting law enforcement skills of stakeholders is critical to detecting, managing and adjudicating over wildlife cases

In spite of evidence showing wildlife crime is linked to other forms of serious offenses, most countries apply wildlife policies and legislation that fail to treat wildlife poaching and trafficking as a serious offence.  As a result of the weak laws, wildlife crime offenders are never profiled despite their despicable acts of illegal killing and trafficking of wildlife.

Press Location: 
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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Press Contact: 
Jacqueline Nyagah (IFAW, East Africa)
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+254 722 607640
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CITESがサイバー犯罪を強制終了

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Tue, 10/04/2016
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CITESの第17回締約国会議で全183カ国の締約国が違法なオンライン野生生物取引の撲滅というコミットメントを承認する決定をしたことで、サイバー犯罪者を負かす手立てが講じられることになりました。

この決定は、野生生物を救うという共通のミッションのもとに、政府及び取締官やオンライン事業者が団結し、サイバー犯罪を防止するために多くの対策を取ることを全締約国に求めています。

国際動物福祉基金(IFAW)は、多くの場合不透明で秘密主義的な野生生物のサイバー犯罪との闘いに大きく踏み込むことになると考えられるこの決定を歓迎します。

Press Location: 
南アフリカ、ヨハネスブルグ
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Press Contact: 
クリスティーナ・プレトリウス(IFAW SA)
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+27 82 330 2558
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UPDATE: Two new calves admitted to GRI-Elephant Orphanage Project

Mon, 10/24/2016
Kakaro (in front) and Kasewe (in rear) came into care at the EOP through recent

Kakaro (in front) and Kasewe (in rear) came into care at the EOP through recent rescues, joining fellow orphan Njanji at the Nursery.“Busy” used to be a fair description of the Zambia Elephant Orphanage Project’s typical schedule. Lately though, “busy” simply doesn’t cut it.

UPDATE: Two new calves admitted to GRI-Elephant Orphanage Project

Mon, 10/24/2016
Kakaro (in front) and Kasewe (in rear) came into care at the EOP through recent

Kakaro (in front) and Kasewe (in rear) came into care at the EOP through recent rescues, joining fellow orphan Njanji at the Nursery.“Busy” used to be a fair description of the Zambia Elephant Orphanage Project’s typical schedule. Lately though, “busy” simply doesn’t cut it.

UPDATE: Two new calves admitted to GRI-Elephant Orphanage Project

Mon, 10/24/2016
Kakaro (in front) and Kasewe (in rear) came into care at the EOP through recent

Kakaro (in front) and Kasewe (in rear) came into care at the EOP through recent rescues, joining fellow orphan Njanji at the Nursery.“Busy” used to be a fair description of the Zambia Elephant Orphanage Project’s typical schedule. Lately though, “busy” simply doesn’t cut it.