Strategies to Halt Poaching Developed at Rhino Stakeholder Summit Convened by African Wildlife Foundation and Kenya Wildlife Service
NAIROBI, Kenya, April 3, 2012 -- Representatives of the conservation community from across Africa today announced a comprehensive response to combat the continent's alarming rhino poaching crisis.
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.