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The Youth Forum for People and Wildlife may be over but the delegates continue their work to make this planet a better place for animals and people. We were thrilled to have delegates Josephine Sidney and Cécile C'est Xixii join us in our side event at the CBD COP 13.

From CITES to CBD: Youth Forum delegates shine

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Every year, we send our supporters a calendar featuring beautiful photos of the animals we work to protect. This is a photo submitted to our annual photo contest by Frank Binder of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. We took some time to chat with him about his passion for photography and the animals on the other side of the lens: [ G.ifaw.org Link ]
IFAW's tenBoma initiative with Kenya Wildlife Service is on course to show a dramatic reduction in 2016 poaching numbers in the Tsavo National Parks – previously Kenya’s hardest hit by wildlife crime. We look forward to reporting back to you soon! [ G.ifaw.org Link ]
Iceland's second largest egg producer has been intentionally mislabeling eggs as 'officially ecological' tricking consumers into believing they'd purchased free range eggs. Even worse? For the last year, *any* producer has had the opportunity to use the 'official ecological' label without fulfilling minimum animal welfare requirements. We break down the far reaching implications of this...
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What the Icelandic egg scandal could mean for whaling

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After a horrific landslide, IFAW deployed to the Philippines to help animals in desperate need. Since that time, we've continued to extend help whenever possible. Most recently, that help came in the form of a new mobile veterinary unit. Now the folks at the Philippine Animal Welfare Society can help animals on-the-move!

Why we work in the Philippines

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The 13th Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD CoP 13) began yesterday in Cancun, Mexico. IFAW, along with our partners is looking forward to hosting three events throughout the convention discussing youth participation and partnerships in biodiversity, wild animal welfare, and effective government and NGO collaborations. Stay tuned for updates!

Championing wildlife at global biological diversity convention

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This Sunday is World Wildlife Conservation Day. The fight to save animals and their habitats is at a crossroads, in the U.S. and beyond. Read more from IFAW's CEO & President Azzedine T. Downes: [ Planetexperts.com Link ]
A conflict tiger was carefully driven out of an Indian community after recent attacks. In the face of growing intolerance to wildlife in densely populated regions, this operation helps to emphasize the benefits of such meticulous care and collaboration!

Tiger driven out of Indian community after attacks

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Research has shown that victims of domestic violence stay an average of 52 weeks longer in the harmful situation, simply out of concern for their pets. We're partnering up to make a difference in Amsterdam:

Dutch domestic violence project partners with Amsterdam shelter

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Rescuers are racing to save three baby chimpanzees from the bushmeat trade in the Central African Republic (CAR). We're sending a plane to help the Chimpanzee Sanctuary & Wildlife Conservation Trust (CSWCT)!

Racing the clock to save three chimpanzees!

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Do you wish for love and warmth for all pets this holiday season? Our partners at the CLAW animal clinic in Johannesburg, South Africa are urgently caring for impoverished communities and their animals every day. We're the only organization providing free veterinary services, both to those families traveling to us over long distances with their animals, and through emergency vehicle rescues to...
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Kisses are just one of the services we provide from our CLAW (Community Led Animal Welfare) mobile vet clinic on the emotional mission to reach impoverished communities in South Africa! [ G.ifaw.org Link ]
So far this molting season, nearly 400 abandoned penguin chicks have been rescued from starvation near Cape Town, South Africa. The endangered African Penguin chicks are extremely young and have been admitted to our partners at SANCCOB saves seabirds for care. What happens in a "Chick Bolstering Project"?

Abandoned penguin chicks admitted to SANCCOB

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Alarming and yet familiar: Corruption is a *major* factor behind the scourge of rhino poaching in South Africa.

IFAW's Vice President of International Operations, Jason Bell, speaks with the newly-launched South Africa edition of the Huffington Post - welcome HuffPost South Africa!

The Rhino In The Room?

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"Success depends on a combination of mind games, nerves, discipline and bravado"... a first-hand, heart-pumping account of a recent undercover sting operation:

An undercover sting to capture a tiger skin dealer

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How the CLAW (Community Led Animal Welfare) animal clinic got started in Johannesburg, South Africa, and why your help is so critical today:

CLAW’s open mobile clinic helps animals in need

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More giving on #GivingTuesday! While we've appealed to you on this special day, we also want to give you something back. So here's a bundle of puppy fur from the folks up at our Northern Dogs project in the rural communities of Canada! Learn more here: [ G.ifaw.org Link ]
We can’t do this lifesaving work without the care and support of people like YOU! In Johannesburg, South Africa, our CLAW animal clinic may be the only hope for the surrounding impoverished communities and their animals. It's the only team providing free veterinary services, both to those families who travel long distances with their animals, and through emergency vehicle rescues to reach...
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Today is #GivingTuesday!

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This #GivingTuesday we're giving thanks for those elephant orphan caretakers who work 24 hours a day - even sleeping alongside babies like Kasewe and Kakaro - to help them form bonds within their new "family". These caretakers give so much, and we'll support them to our greatest ability!
Can you see the sadness and sickness in this poor puppy’s eyes? He was brought to our CLAW animal clinic with an untreated injury - one of hundreds of animals we help in Johannesburg, South Africa each month. We’re providing urgent food, care and protection for him and thousands more in the surrounding, impoverished communities. Will you join us this #GivingTuesday in helping care for these...
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Please help the helpless animals

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