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Nania on the road back to the wild
The air was cold and the sky still dark when I arrived at the Deux-Balé management unit in Boromo. It was 4:45 AM, Read more »
Celebrating Life Below Water: An Insider’s Look at World Wildlife Day 2019
14 March 2019 Kaila Ferrari
People all around the world feel a strong affinity for the ocean – and for good reasons. Not only does the ocean Read more »
One of Kenya’s first all-female ranger units, team Lioness protects 150,000 acre
6 March 2019 Erin Powell
One of Kenya’s first all-female ranger units, team Lioness protects 150,000 acres of community lands shared by both Read more »
A dog stands in front of a newly delivered doghouse
22 February 2019 Janice Hannah
  By Jan Hannah and Andreas Krebs   A self-proclaimed dog lover, Dana is a Lands and Resources Technician at the Read more »
Elephants in Amboseli park
26 March 2019
Joint press release by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, and Born Free Foundation, David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation, European Association of Zoos and Aquaria, Conservation International, Eurogroup for Animals, Environmental Inve Read more »
Three giraffes in the savannah.
18 March 2019
EU member states must support a proposal to list giraffes on CITES Appendix II, say groups International animal conservation and protection organisations -- the International Fund for Animal Welfare, the Born Free Foundation, Humane Society Interna Read more »
Global internet companies protect wildlife with technology
6 March 2019
Today, the one-year anniversary of The Coalition to End Wildlife Trafficking Online was celebrated by World Wildlife Fund (WWF), International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), China Wildlife Conservation Association (CWCA) and over 30 global e-co Read more »
2 March 2017
This World Wildlife Day, which this year has the theme of #ListentoYoungVoices, I want to encourage everyone to # Watch Video »
24 February 2017
UPDATE: While the older orphans seemed to have accepted their temporary home quite quickly, Musolole, Nkala and Muchichili Watch Video »
27 October 2016
  Matt Collis, IFAW’s International Whaling Commission (IWC) Team Leader tells us why a technical rule Watch Video »
European Countries' failure to address marine noise pollution
24 January 2019 by bwiacek
IFAW and other conservation organisations undertook this joint report reviewing the programmes put in place by European count Read more »
Amendments EP draft report NDICI proposal
10 December 2018 by aclose@ifaw.org
IFAW along with other conservation organisations, is concerned that the original text of the Neighbourhood, Development and I Read more »
Joint NGO letter on restricting ivory trade in the EU
7 December 2018 by aclose@ifaw.org
Letter to President Juncker, Vice-President Timmermans, Vice-President Katainen, by IFAW together with many animal protection Read more »
Elephants in Amboseli park
26 March 2019 by bwiacek
Joint press release by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, and Born Free Foundation, David Shepherd Read more »
Three giraffes in the savannah.
18 March 2019 by bwiacek
EU member states must support a proposal to list giraffes on CITES Appendix II, say groups International animal Read more »
Nania on the road back to the wild
14 March 2019 by Céline Sissler-Bienvenu
The air was cold and the sky still dark when I arrived at the Deux-Balé management unit in Boromo. It was 4:45 AM, Read more »

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IFAW is disrupting poaching networks in partnerships with INTERPOL, and others a
IFAW is disrupting poaching networks in partnerships with INTERPOL, and others across the globe.

IFAW is disrupting poaching networks in partnerships with INTERPOL, and others across the globe.

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