Education photos & video
Our best hope
- IFAW’s education programmes empower young people and communities to take positive action for animals.
- Our Animal Action education programme reaches more than 5,000,000 young people in 24+ countries.
- Aboard our floating classrooms, children learn to respect and appreciate whales and other endangered marine wildlife.
- We teach community-based companion animal welfare from South Africa to Navajo Nation.
- We help local communities in Africa and Asia learn to live in harmony with wild animals.
This year, Tiger Day in the Russian Far East took place for the 15th time on September 28, 2014. I personally participated Read more »
Rabies is seriously scary. Occurring in more than 150 countries and territories, this fatal disease causes the death of tens Read more »
IFAW has had a long-standing involvement in supporting research on the humpback whale population of Oceania, and the Read more »
A conscientious individual is an outcome of numerous factors. Responsible parents and good teachers are the most evident, Read more »
Following a successful five-day run of “A Dog’s Life,” staged by the International Fund for Animal Welfare Watch Video »
In the video above we get a peek into the “Twinning Project”, a key part of IFAW’s Animal Action Watch Video »
More than 500 South African school children attended Jungle Theatre Company performances. In the video above, the author Watch Video »
The 15th annual Tiger Day in Vladivostok on September 28 involved more than 10 000 participants and spectators, organisers said, which is about two thousand more than a year before. It has become a landmark celebration for this city in the Russ Read more »
A unique conservation education partnership launched to great excitement at Liwonde National Park, Malawi today with hopes high the initiative will have a significant impact on improving school success rates in local communities who live daily with w Read more »
August 8th is world cat day, a chance to celebrate the bond between humans and cats. Despite the fact that cats make excellent companions, our feline friends are often expelled from their homes if a woman in the household becomes pregnant. This unfor Read more »
The launch of a unique conservation education partnership at Liwonde National Park, Malawi, later this month, is expected to significantly improve school success rates in local communities who live daily with wildlife. The International Fund for Anim Read more »
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and Career Development Institute (CDI) Launch Animals in the Community
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and Career Development Institute (CDI) are partnering to bring Animals in the Community to New Jersey. The community education project targets municipalities and classrooms and provides online re Read more »
The Wildlife Conservation Division of Bhutan along with the International Fund for Animal Welfare – Wildlife Trust of India (IFAW-WTI) have launched a month-long training for around 450 forest rangers for effective wildlife crime prevention in Read more »
The Song of the Whale, IFAW’s research vessel, is designed to carry out noninvasive research to inform conservation, us Read more »
The launch of a unique conservation education partnership at Liwonde National Park, Malawi, later this month, is expected to Read more »
Children are the key to the future of our wildlife. They can also be the present. Our Animal Action Education programme Read more »
Very dramatic floods have recently devastated a large part of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), as well as several neighbouring Read more »