International Fund for Animal Welfare - IFAW.
More about the work of IFAW.
- Icelandic Airport tries to censor animal welfare organisation with U-turn on paid-for advertising
- Surrender your ivory to highlight illegal trade
- Five orphaned elephant calves go back to the wild in Manas, India
- Vital elephant corridor saved by wildlife charity in India
- Elephant poacher shot and killed in Kenyan national park
- World's marine mammals under threat from noise pollution
- Land Purchase Protects Elephant Corridor in South India.
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- Gorillas returned to Cameroon from Malaysia.
- Hong Kong & Cameroon win Interpol award.
- IFAW calls for ivory ban on EBAY- SUCCEEDS!.
- Kenyan rangers killed in gun battle with poachers.
- DNA testing shows huge ivory haul came from Zambia.
- 3 Siberian tiger cubs saved in Russia.
- Two Rhinos re-introduced into Manas National Park in India.
- Japanese whaling fleet sets sail.
- Ivory seizure in Taiwan.
- Wildlife souvenirs.
IFAW works throughout the world to improve the welfare of wild and domestic animals by protecting wildlife habitats, reducing commercial exploitation and helping animals in distress.
The organisation seeks to motivate the public to prevent cruelty to animals and to promote animal welfare and conservation policies that advance the well being of both animals and people.
In the UK, IFAW campaigns on marine and wildlife trade issues and hunting with dogs, as well as carrying forward our international pet rescue and emergency relief campaigns.
Articles about the work of IFAW
- 1.5 tonnes of ivory seized in Sri Lanka
- More than 200 elephants slaughtered in Cameroon since January - massacre continues
- The largest haul of ivory ever found, 15 tonnes, seized in Malaysia
- Asia’s biggest ever illegal ivory haul
- UK launches ivory surrender
- Elephant calf rescued after falling headlong into ditch
- Thousands of seal pups die as sea ice fails in Canada
- Canadian government raises kill quota for harp seal pups despite severe lack of ice habitat
- 100 elephants being slaughtered every day by poachers - 20 years after ivory ban