All Blog Posts for Wildlife trade

Participants role play as customs officials and passengers at a fictitious airpo
26 April 2016 Jacqueline Nyagah
During a training held in Entebbe, Uganda, facilitators and participants took part in a practical exercise where Read more »
Summit pledges ‘social contract’ among conservancies
26 April 2016 Azzedine Downes
This week’s Giants Club Summit and the weekend’s historic ivory burn in Kenya will be monumental exhibits of Read more »
Celebrities pen open letter to stop wildlife trade in Hawaii
14 April 2016 Donna Gadomski
Today, a group of celebrities who live or work in Hawaii published an open letter in the Hawaii newspaper of record, the Read more »
More than 100 teachers recently gathered for a workshop at the Ministry of Educa
5 April 2016 Dima Abo Kous
Wildlife trade is rampant in the Gulf Area, whether it be the trade of live exotic animals or that of products made from Read more »
The author reviews analytics printouts with IFAW Chief of Staff Fay Cuevas and G
1 April 2016 Tim Spalla
This is the first in a series of reports from IFAW’s tenBoma team in Kenya If there is one thing I have learned from Read more »
Musolole (centre) is greeted at the Release Facility by Tafika.
23 March 2016 Rachael Murton
Orphaned elephants Zambezi (Bezi) and Musolole have taken their first steps towards a life back in the wild. Last week, they Read more »
tenBoma is the best chance we have to stop poachers.
tenBoma is the best chance we have to stop poachers.

tenBoma is the best chance we have to stop poachers.