News: Eastern & Southern Africa Programme
New 'eco-wall' for Africa's Virunga National Park
WWF is helping to build an "eco-wall" in the Virunga National Park to prevent further deforestation ...
Kenyan nature reserve welcomes new baby rhino
WWF welcomes the birth of a black rhinoceros in a nature sanctuary in northern Kenya.
Bleak news for the pygmy chimpanzee
According to a recent survey, pygmy chimpanzees in the Congo Basin may have been hunted so ...
WWF and Vodacom link small island to mainland Tanzania
WWF and telecommunications giant, Vodacom, have helped link Mafia Island with mainland Tanzania ...
Climate change top threat to world's coral reefs
More than two thirds of the world's reefs are severely damaged or under risk of further ...
WWF comments on CITES decisions on ivory trade
Members of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species took several decisions ...
New guidebook helps marine managers evaluate their work
Effective management of marine protected areas is key to successful conservation of marine ...
Culprits of the illegal ivory trade identified
A new report shows that more than four thousand elephants are being killed a year to meet the ...
UN calls for protection of mountain gorilla habitat
WWF welcomes letters from the United Nations calling on Rwanda, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic ...
Mountain gorilla habitat destroyed in massive illegal forest clearing
Over the last two months, 1,500 hectares of prime mountain gorilla habitat have been cleared by ...