Friday, November 24, 2017
This has been a year of progress | African Wildlife Foundation
This has been a
As a result of our intensive protection efforts,
11 of the 14 elephant populations we support experienced a reverse in their decline.
In a 2014 Vietnam survey, 34% of people said rhino horn could cure cancer.
We helped drop that number to 9%.
Under pressure from AWF activists, Rakuten, Japan's largest online retailer,
agreed to stop selling ivory.
Classroom Africa program
is preparing rural children for a prosperous future while instilling in them a deep love of wildlife.
Kenya's wildlife crime conviction rate was 44% in 2013.
Our sniffer dogs and law enforcement trainings helped increase it to 91%.
You helped us achieve this. But there's still so much more for us to do.
We won't stop while Africa's wildlife remains threatened – so we're grateful to have you with us.
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Washington, DC 20003
Photos courtesy of AWF, Martin Harvey, Craig R. Sholley and Peter Chira
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