All Blog Posts for Education

Street artist Sonny’s passion for imperiled animals
19 July 2017 Kelly Johnston
Sonny the street artist is currently painting murals around the world highlighting imperiled species. He has chosen the Read more »
Samson Leposo receives a gift from KWS Director General Kitili Mbathi, the chief
13 July 2017 Jacqueline Nyagah
In 2014, IFAW embarked on an ambitious project to pay for the education of 60 students from the Olgulului/Olalarashi Group Read more »
Animal endangerment issues warrant need for #safeselfies
27 June 2017 Kerry Branon
Selfies have become social currency. It is no longer enough to visit the Blarney Stone. You need an upside-down kissing Read more »
Jonathan has had a tough road on his way to earning one of the 60 IFAW-sponsored
26 May 2017 Jacqueline Nyagah
When I meet Jonathan at the Amboseli Serena Lodge where he works, it is almost 8 pm; he just knocked off for the day. He is Read more »
Animal Action Education has reached 5 million children worldwide on the power of
6 March 2017 Julie Matondo
I have a very vivid memory of the day my literature professor settled the fundamental question of the difference between Read more »
(From l-r) The author, IFAW Supporter Development Representative Ronelle Peterse
3 March 2017 Lisa Cant-Haylett
When I was 12 years old, I wanted to put my compassion and love for animals into action. But there were no such Read more »
New "Keep Wild Animals Wild" education resources: Lesson plans, videos and works
New "Keep Wild Animals Wild" education resources: Lesson plans, videos and worksheets for K-8

New "Keep Wild Animals Wild" education resources: Lesson plans, videos and worksheets for K-8