Rhino Birth Demonstrates Effectiveness of AWF's Rhino Conservation Work in Face of Continent's Ongoing Rhino Crisis
LIVINGSTONE, Zambia, March 12, 2012 -- African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) is celebrating the birth of a white rhino in Zambia's Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, a major conservation milestone in a region devastated by rampant rhino poaching.
New Conservation Management Training Program Will Help Develop Next Generation of Leaders in African Conservation
NAIROBI, Kenya, March 7, 2012 -- In keeping with its history of conservation leadership development, the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) has launched the Conservation Management Training Program (CMTP), a competitive two-year training and mentorship program for highly qualified candidates.
Discovery of Mountain Gorilla, as well as a Poached Elephant in the Same Region, Highlights Ongoing Challenges in Ensuring Security for Wildlife
KIGALI, Rwanda, February 13, 2012 -- An anti-poaching patrol in the Virunga Massif made a gruesome discovery this past week: On Feb. 1, an infant mountain gorilla was found dead, caught in a poacher's snare.
Once Established, Laikipia National Park Will Protect Critical Migratory Corridor for Wildlife and Tourism
NAIROBI, Kenya, November 11, 2011 -- Yesterday the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) in partnership with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) presented the Kenyan government with a gift of land that will help establish the country's newest national park.
Fewer than 1% of Charities Receive This Exceptional Designation
WASHINGTON, D.C. September 27, 2011 -- African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) proudly announces that it has received the coveted 4-star rating from Charity Navigator for an almost unheard of 10th year in a row.