NAIROBI -- The African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) is pleased to announce it has selected its 2010-11 class of Charlotte Conservation Fellows, five emerging scholars who all come from and work in Africa.
Founded in 1996 in honor of the late conservationist Charlotte Kidder Ramsay, the Fellowship program helps emerging African scholars pursue advanced studies in conservation-related fields. While expenses and materials vary according to the recipient, scholarships are awarded for amounts of up to $25,000. Since its inception, the Charlotte Fellows program has helped scores of students from East, West, Central, and southern Africa.
DISNEYNATURE ANNOUNCES COLLABORATION WITH THE AFRICAN WILDLIFE FOUNDATION TO HELP SAVE THE SAVANNA DURING "AFRICAN CATS'" OPENING WEEK APRIL 22-28, 2011
"Conservation of wildlife and economic development must go together," urges African Wildlife Foundation, as new Conservation Centre opens in Nairobi.
AWF reinforces 'a vision of Africa that is both economically prosperous and retains significant large wildlife landscapes'
New Conservation Centre heralds new era for AWF in its 50th year
NAIROBI (November 11, 2010) -- The African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) today inaugurated the AWF Conservation Centre in Nairobi to usher in a new era of sustainable conservation planning for the continent.
Top-Rating Holds for Ninth Year in a Row
Legislation Establishing Fundraising Stamp Heads to White House
WASHINGTON, DC--It's official! The Multinational Species Conservation Funds (MSCF) Semipostal Stamp Act, HR 1454, is on its way to President Obama for signing. The new legislation, which passed the House by voice vote last week, will ensure elephants, rhinos, tigers, great apes, and marine turtles get the support they need. Conservation organizations are now working with the White House to arrange a signing ceremony.