News: WWF in Africa Programme
How to produce the maximum of charcoal with the minimum quantity of wood?
To get to the most sustainable formula on charcoal production, 210 charcoalmen in Ambaro Bay ...
Consumers in China Support Ivory ban, Great News for African Elephants
As a landmark ban on domestic ivory trade comes into effect in China at the end of this month, ...
"Garigary" crab selective gears for all !
At the end of November, 131 fishermen from four villages in Ambaro Bay, including 21 women, ...
Madagascar maintains ban on rosewood and ebony
The 69th meeting of the Standing Committee of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered ...
Rise to the challenge and volunteer
Happy volunteer day !!!! "The volunteers: first to act. Right here. Everywhere. "
WWF Supports Improved livelihoods through VICOBA
The first thing you notice when you look at her is a confident woman, a woman who looks to the ...
WWF, Africa Development Bank Sign New Partnership Agreement
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and the Africa Development Bank (AfDB), are pleased to ...
Join us to congratulate the new WWF International President Pavan Sukhdev
Pavan takes over from Yolonda Kakabadse, who will leave her position at the end of 2017.
Together for the sustainable conservation of the Western Indian Ocean
Mozambique, Madagascar, Seychelles, France, Comoros and Tanzania governments gathered to develop a ...
Saving endangered freshwater species by retrieving ghost nets and industrial waste in Gabon
In the Nyanga Basin area (the Ramsar site of Setté Cama), National park rangers (ANPN), Fisheries ...