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Originally published on December 12, 2006 in The East African Standard (Nairobi) as an OP-ED. By James Isiche Nairobi A Read more »
In the video above, Kelvin Alie, a native of Dominica and IFAW's special assistant to the director of Wildlife and Habitat Read more »
The Big Fix Rig is one part of the Katrina & Rita Spay-Neuter Program for Pets and Stray Animals supported by IFAW, the Read more »
Animal shelters often see a number of non-traditional pets through their doors.  Reptiles, hamsters, birds, farm Read more »
December, just 36 hours before the Taiping 4 gorillas were due to depart for Cameroon, the South African Government delayed Read more »
The Humane Society of South Mississippi's building before the storm. If I had not been told that the coast of Read more »
It's that time of year to give a little bit more! If you're anything like me this time of year, you have already lined up Read more »
Lindy Reports: Penguins enjoy a bath at SANCCOB prior to being released back into the wild. I spent most of my Read more »
MSNBC is reporting on the story highlighted in this AP image of an Indonesian Tiger cub Dema licking fellow citizen Nia Read more »
Through through the spring  I was able twice to travel by train to the International Fund for Animal Welfare bear Watch Video »
Yes, it’s happening again. A few weeks ago, the delicate state of peace in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo was Watch Video »
I have travelled to nearly all of the International Fund for Animal Welfare projects around the world, and have always been Watch Video »
Every year, thousands of elephants are slaughtered for their ivory. Join our elephant march today to convince governments Watch Video »
In this video interview, International Fund for Animal Welfare, James Isiche Director, Eastern Africa, gives a terrific Watch Video »
Four of the birds were sent by Russia’s environmental watchdog to IFAW’s wildlife rehabilitation center in Moscow. One of the falcons died.All four gyrfalcons were fully rehabilitated and were released to the wild on the Kamchatka penin Read more »
Caring for a pet is a lifelong commitment.  Don’t assume your loved one wants or will accept that responsibility.Choosing a pet is a personal experience that requires research and discovering which pet is a good match for the adopter Read more »
The new Gallup poll was commissioned by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW - www.ifaw.org) in light of Iceland’s resumption of commercial whaling.  Despite little market for meat from Iceland’s so-called “scient Read more »
On Friday, December 1, 2006, the Latin American Meeting on Cetacean Conservation was held in the city of Buenos Aires. It was hosted by the Republic of Argentina through Ambassador Eduardo Iglesias, the Argentinean Commissioner to the Internationa Read more »
The return was stopped by the Department of Science and Technology 36 hours before the gorillas were due to return to Cameroon early Wednesday morning 13th of December. "We understand that in terms of CITES, South Africa, as the recipient sta Read more »
The crackdown started in Beijing at the end of October. In response IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare - www.ifaw.org) and other groups organized letter writing campaigns to various Beijing authorities (police department, mayor’s of Read more »
The rhinos, female calves nicknamed Manasi and Roje, were rescued from the floodwaters that annually spill over the banks of the Brahmaputra River. The pair, both three years old, were rescued in the summer of 2004 and rehabilitated at the Center Read more »
“The Commission’s reply provides a description of the current EU legislative framework applied to this issue and an analysis of how to possibly address the Parliament’s request”, said IFAW’s political campaigner in the Read more »
The Defra document, Protecting Whales - A global responsibility, was showcased at an event held yesterday on IFAW’s non-invasive marine research vessel, Song of the Whale. It is endorsed in a foreword by Prime Minister Tony Blair and the nat Read more »
Whale watching activities are expanding around the world, and, as the previous workshops and studies have established, so are Read more »
The desire by some countries to lift the International Whaling Commission’s (IWC) moratorium on commercial whaling and Read more »
The purpose of this publication is to provide an overview of the International Fund for Animal Welfare's(IFAW) views with Read more »
The prevailing increase in elephant numbers across areas of southern Africa raises concern for their impact on biological div Read more »
For the first time in 10 years, Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has deemed it safe to deploy a warden-in-charge for Kara Nationa Read more »
By safeguarding Tsavo, IFAW is helping secure Kenya's largest single elephant population. We are proud of the achievement Read more »
Investing in a Worthy Cause The third financial year for the Tsavo Conservation Area Project (TCAP) commenced on an exciting Read more »
IFAW Tsavo Conservation Area Animal Spotting Guide Playing Card Set. Standard set of playing cards featuring animal photos fr Read more »
Looking back, it is amazing to see how much we have achieved in the past six years of our joint partnership with KWS. IFAW ha Read more »
Originally published on December 12, 2006 in The East African Standard (Nairobi) as an OP-ED. By James Isiche Nairobi A Read more »
In the video above, Kelvin Alie, a native of Dominica and IFAW's special assistant to the director of Wildlife and Habitat Read more »
The Big Fix Rig is one part of the Katrina & Rita Spay-Neuter Program for Pets and Stray Animals supported by IFAW, the Read more »
Animal shelters often see a number of non-traditional pets through their doors.  Reptiles, hamsters, birds, farm Read more »
December, just 36 hours before the Taiping 4 gorillas were due to depart for Cameroon, the South African Government delayed Read more »
The Humane Society of South Mississippi's building before the storm. If I had not been told that the coast of Read more »
It's that time of year to give a little bit more! If you're anything like me this time of year, you have already lined up Read more »
Lindy Reports: Penguins enjoy a bath at SANCCOB prior to being released back into the wild. I spent most of my Read more »
MSNBC is reporting on the story highlighted in this AP image of an Indonesian Tiger cub Dema licking fellow citizen Nia Read more »

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More than 80 elephants in Zimbabwe have been poisoned with cyanide -- the latest victims of poachers keen to feed soaring global demand for illegally trafficked ivory. read more

Malawi hails IFAW for initiative to protect wildlife at Liwonde National Park aimed at decreasing poaching pressure; launched with government optimism the project will also reduce human, wildlife conflicts in the area. See the original article

 

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