animals rescued, treated and sheltered from 2000-2018. The number of natural and human-caused disasters are only increasing – and so are the dangers.
Since 1969, IFAW has provided hands-on assistance to and protection of animals in need, and global leadership on pressing issues impacting their health, well-being and survival.
reduction in poaching incidents. tenBoma eliminated almost all poaching activity in Tsavo National Park in Kenya in 2018. The elephant population is now increasing, and the successes of tenBoma are expanding to more regions in Africa and Asia to stop poaching at its source.
reduction in wildlife trafficking by 2020. IFAW, WWF and TRAFFIC jointly convened the Coalition to End Wildlife Trafficking Online, bringing together companies from across continents for an industry-wide commitment to reducing wildlife trafficking online.
IFAW and our partners are always ready to protect animals in crisis.
The problems we confront are urgent and complicated but we’re committed to change.
wildlife law-enforcement personnel trained. More than 107 IFAW-led workshops in more than 40 countries were set up to improve the identification, interception and confiscation of illegal wildlife products and live animals.
animals vaccinated in one month. With the help of IFAW, more than 10,000 animals were vaccinated to protect the entire community against rabies in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
dogs & cats sterilized in one area of Mexico. Since 2012, IFAW has worked with local organizations to address the lack of animal welfare services in the state of Quintana Roo in Mexico.
The scouts of the Born to Be Wild project, a program aimed at sustainably protecting the Barbary macaque, plotting movements for the later afternoon and night shifts. Photo credit: George Turner
Every success brings fresh hope and new resolve.
Greater One-horned Rhinoceroses rescued & returned to the wild in India.
Rhino calves born to rhinos IFAW rescued & released in Manas National Park, India.
Live-stranded dolphins rescued & released on Cape Cod.
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