African Wildlife Foundation, in partnership with MASS Design Group, announces new Clinton Global Initiative commitment to build unique educational environments in Africa, featuring beautifully designed schools and the latest technology
African Wildlife Foundation announces new Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action to scale up investment in Africa for the benefit of people and wildlife
Administration taps AWF’s CEO to Help Advise Presidential Task Force on Wildlife Trafficking
Advisory Council will support the Presidential Task Force on Wildlife Trafficking in developing a national strategy for combatting the illegal wildlife trade, a multi-billion dollar a year industry
Conference themes mirror AWF’s efforts to ensure tourism industry benefits local communities and conserves wildlife
NAIROBI, Kenya, August 23, 2013 — 16 years after its inception, the Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference returns to Kenya, underscoring the Africa's importance as a tourism destination. The African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), along with the Kenya Tourism Board, will be a main sponsor of the conference, which takes place from September 24–27 at Nairobi’s Safari Park Hotel. The conference will bring together hundreds of tourism professionals from more than 35 countries to advance sustainability goals within the tourism industry and promote policies and practices that benefit communities, businesses, and the environment.