News: Eastern & Southern Africa Programme
Black rhino numbers on the rise in Kenya
Thanks to ongoing conservation efforts by WWF and other wildlife groups, black rhino numbers are on ...
Dispensing health and conservation in Kenya
On the scenic beaches of Kiwayu on Kenya’s northern Indian Ocean coast, WWF is combining ...
A numbers game: Managing elephants in southern Africa
In some parts of Africa, elephant numbers are increasing as a result of years of successful ...
Illegal ivory seized in Taiwan
Taiwanese authorities have confiscated more than five tonnes of ivory within three days, marking ...
Central Africa’s first debt-for-nature swap helps protect tropical forests in Cameroon
France and Cameroon signed the first ever Central African debt-for-nature swap, which will see ...
Giraffe’s relative rediscovered in eastern Congo
After nearly 50 years, the okapi – the closest known relative to the giraffe – has been ...
New fishing fund launched to reduce poverty in Africa
WWF, together with the African Union, World Bank and United Nations Food and Agriculture ...
Big win for Conservation partnership: Virunga NP freed of Settlers
Time to clean up the chemicals in Africa
WWF Global Toxics Programme Director Clifton Curtis writes on a strategic approach to chemical ...
Illegal timber trade in Europe driving global forest loss and poverty
A new WWF report shows that unless urgent action is taken by the European Union, the illegal timber ...