IFAW campaigns for the strongest possible protection for individual animals, wild populations and their habitats through international agreements and organizations such as:

We’re also committed to ensuring effective enforcement of regulations through training anti-poaching rangers, customs agents and wildlife law enforcement officers.

Keep Wild Animals Wild Program

New for K-8!

The Keep Wild Animals Wild lesson plans, videos and worksheets explore what makes an animal wild, why we need to keep wild animals wild and how we can help protect wild animals from the threat of wildlife trade.

You will find these and a wealth of other free, multi-lingual educational resources from IFAW’s Animal Action Education program via the regional links to your left.

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