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IFAW is a global non-profit helping animals and people thrive together. We are experts and everyday people, working across seas, oceans and in more than 40 countries around the world. Together, we can make a difference....
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#TheAustraliaBushfires7 Cards - 0 Follower
The impact of the 2019-2020 bushfire season in Australia was devastating, for both animals and people. It was estimated that approximately 1 billion animals were killed. We are working with local partners and utilising our local staff to help rescue, rehabilitate and eventually release animals back into the wild – while working to secure safe habitats.
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#IFAWInAction9 Cards - 2 Followers
None of what we do is possible without the dedication of our keepers, rangers, veterinarians, volunteers and more. Our on-the-ground team is made up of men and women who dedicate their lives to the protection and survival of our planet’s most endangered animals. Find out more about their stories here. 
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#SavingWhalesWorldwide10 Cards - 3 Followers
Today, whales are more threatened than ever. From entanglement in fishing gear, to ship strikes, whaling, and ocean noise, many species of whales face extinction at the hands of humans.  Although the problems they face span seas and oceans – we know we can make a difference.
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#Nania'sJourney4 Cards - 0 Follower
There are less than 7,000 elephants left in Burkino Faso, so when Nania, an elephant calf, wandered into a local village, IFAW and the local community came together to give her a chance of survival. Keep up to date with Nania’s journey back into the wild here.
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#WildlifeCybercrime5 Cards - 1 Follower
Where is the biggest marketplace for wildlife trade in the world? The internet. We’re working to cut supply and demand online and protect animals from wildlife cybercrime.
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#AnimalRescueStories8 Cards - 1 Follower
When an animal is lost from its herd, displaced by natural disasters or stranded by low tides, IFAW’s global network of experts is on call 24/7 to help. Along with our partners on the ground, we rescue animals that need us - because we know that every animal matters.
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#ConservationDuringCOVID-198 Cards - 1 Follower
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, every aspect of life was impacted – including the lives of animals. IFAW had to adapt, and quickly, to ensure that we could continue the work we do to protect animals and habitats during this time.
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#RespondingToDisasters6 Cards - 0 Follower
Today, extreme weather events and man-made disasters are becoming more common. The size and frequency of these have increased over the years with devastating impact on both human and animal lives. Find out here what IFAW is doing to help.
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#StoppingWildlifeCrime6 Cards - 1 Follower
Wildlife crime devastates animal populations and threatens communities. IFAW's global network is on the frontlines tackling wildlife crime at every stage, from stopping poachers to shutting down trafficking networks. Together we can protect animals.
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#ProtectingTheKitendenCorri3 Cards - 2 Followers
In 2013, IFAW signed an agreement with the Maasai community in the Olgulului/Ololarashi Group Ranch (OOGR) to secure a safe and critical migratory route and dispersal area for elephants in Amboseli named the Kitenden Corridor. In return, we worked with these local community members to facilitate peaceful coexistence between people and animals within the habitats they share, and ensure community needs were met. Follow our journey here.
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