Scientific Community Stands Strong for Elephants

Tue, 08/11/2015
Scientists are gravely concerned about this crisis and its enormously dire impac

Scientists are gravely concerned about this crisis and its enormously dire impact on the African elephant population.In the struggle between the survival of African elephants and unchecked ivory consumption, consumption is winning.

Responding to floods in Myanmar for first time

Tue, 08/11/2015
Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil Hasselgå

Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil HasselgåWith higher than average monsoon rainfall amounts recorded throughout Asia and 500 deaths attributed to flood-related events, International Fund for Animal Welfare deployed today to join partner Giving a Future Animal Aid (GAF) in Myanmar for rapid assessments and response planning to help animals in need.

Responding to floods in Myanmar for first time

Tue, 08/11/2015
Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil Hasselgå

Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil HasselgåWith higher than average monsoon rainfall amounts recorded throughout Asia and 500 deaths attributed to flood-related events, International Fund for Animal Welfare deployed today to join partner Giving a Future Animal Aid (GAF) in Myanmar for rapid assessments and response planning to help animals in need.

Responding to floods in Myanmar for first time

Tue, 08/11/2015
Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil Hasselgå

Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil HasselgåWith higher than average monsoon rainfall amounts recorded throughout Asia and 500 deaths attributed to flood-related events, International Fund for Animal Welfare deployed today to join partner Giving a Future Animal Aid (GAF) in Myanmar for rapid assessments and response planning to help animals in need.

Responding to floods in Myanmar for first time

Tue, 08/11/2015
Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil Hasselgå

Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil HasselgåWith higher than average monsoon rainfall amounts recorded throughout Asia and 500 deaths attributed to flood-related events, International Fund for Animal Welfare deployed today to join partner Giving a Future Animal Aid (GAF) in Myanmar for rapid assessments and response planning to help animals in need.

Responding to floods in Myanmar for first time

Tue, 08/11/2015
Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil Hasselgå

Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil HasselgåWith higher than average monsoon rainfall amounts recorded throughout Asia and 500 deaths attributed to flood-related events, International Fund for Animal Welfare deployed today to join partner Giving a Future Animal Aid (GAF) in Myanmar for rapid assessments and response planning to help animals in need.

Responding to floods in Myanmar for first time

Tue, 08/11/2015
Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil Hasselgå

Dogs in Myanmar. Photo courtesy of Kjetil HasselgåWith higher than average monsoon rainfall amounts recorded throughout Asia and 500 deaths attributed to flood-related events, International Fund for Animal Welfare deployed today to join partner Giving a Future Animal Aid (GAF) in Myanmar for rapid assessments and response planning to help animals in need.

Celebrating Elephants – World Elephant Day 2015

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On Wednesday millions of animal lovers around the world will be raising a cheer for nature’s biggest land animal, the elephant.

“At a time when there is plenty to worry about with regards to elephants, World Elephant Day on August 12 is one of those days that gives everyone a chance to celebrate everything that is so wonderful about these incredible creatures and what is being done to protect them,” says Jason Bell, Director: IFAW Southern Africa.

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Cape Town, South Africa
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Christina Pretorius (IFAW Southern Africa)
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Celebrating elephant protection of past year on World Elephant Day

Wed, 08/12/2015
A partnership between IFAW and the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), aims to protect

With our #Every15Minutes campaign on Twitter today spreading awareness about the plight of elephants poached for ivory, we wanted to take a moment to share with you some other great accomplishments the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has achieved regarding elephant protection around the globe this past year

Celebrating elephant protection of past year on World Elephant Day

Wed, 08/12/2015
A partnership between IFAW and the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), aims to protect

With our #Every15Minutes campaign on Twitter today spreading awareness about the plight of elephants poached for ivory, we wanted to take a moment to share with you some good news about International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) elephant protection efforts around the globe this past year.