News: Eastern & Southern Africa Programme
Caught in nets: WWF report identifies dolphins, porpoises most in need of urgent action
Nine dolphin and porpoise populations around the world need immediate action if they are to survive ...
Virunga celebrates 80th anniversary amidst violence
Celebrations marking the 80th anniversary of Congo’s Virunga National Park, one of Africa’s oldest ...
WWF–Eastern Africa Corporate Club re-affirms commitment to Mau forest
WWF-Eastern Africa Corporate Club Chief Executive Officers gathered in Mombasa, Kenya, to re-affirm ...
Dugong conservation in Tanzania
WWF is working in the waters off Tanzania in an attempt to protect one of the world’s most ...
Kenya carves its place in forests’ history
An innovative WWF project promoting sustainable Kenyan woodcarvings from ‘good woods’ has achieved ...
Brazzaville Summit: Historic milestones achieved, additional funding needed
The signing of Africa’s first ever region-wide conservation treaty, and an agreement to protect ...
New commitments needed to save the Congo Basin's forests
As leaders gather for the second Central African Heads of State Forest Summit in Brazzaville, WWF ...
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 ...