Since 2012 IFAW has worked to secure wildlife space and mitigate threats to wildlife in community lands surrounding Amboseli National Park in Kenya. In February 2019, along with local community leaders, IFAW’s wildlife security team created Team Lioness: one of the first all-women ranger units in Kenya.
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International Fund for Animal Welfare
IFAW has chosen to be a non-profit organization instead of a Canadian registered charity so that we can engage in political activity to protect animals. As a Canadian non-profit organization, IFAW is not permitted to issue charitable tax receipts.
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