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A Song Against Poaching

Celia Ho the Elephant Girl in October Asian Geographic to speak about elephant poaching

This month, Asian Geographic published an 8-page cover story of my ‘Schools United for Elephants’ Campaign, spreading the anti-ivory trade idea in 24 places including, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Dubai, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, USA etc.  

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India's Passion for Africa's Wildlife

The South African R20 note manipulated to show a poached elephant

Hi my name is India and I am 18 years old, I live and study in the UK but my heart has always been in Africa. Being half South African and having the opportunity to go to Africa pretty much every year of my life has honestly made me who I am today.

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The Elephant Girl: Celia Ho

Celia Ho the Elephant Girl

Badges of wealth vary widely, from jewels to Rolex watches. In recent decades, however, there has come another one—ivory—which is regarded as both a symbol of status and a substance from which religious icons are made.

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A Singer Raises Her Voice for Elephants

Singer January Thompson wearing an AWF ThreadStart tank at the Secret Garden Party Festival

I recall, as a child, being taken to the circus and having an overwhelming feeling of sadness and empathy for the animals, particularly the elephants that were paraded for our entertainment.

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Chelsea Clinton Blogs About Africa's Elephant Poaching Crisis and Her Visit with AWF

Chelsea Clinton, vice chair of Clinton Foundation, with African Wildlife Foundation CEO Patrick Bergin and Lupani Primary School children in August 2013

Earlier this month we shared with you about Chelsea Clinton’s visit to African Wildlife Foundation’s (AWF’s) Kazungula Landscape—a critical area that is home to Africa’s largest elephant population.

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