Investing in the future generation through access to education; how the IAPF scholarship program is helping kids stay in school
Despite being one of the top-performing students in her class, Bianca nearly dropped out of school as her mother could not afford the fees.
Meet the women of IAPF who are breaking barriers and challenging gender stereotypes - International Women's Day 2022
From chefs to rangers and executive directors, these are the women of IAPF breaking barriers in conservation.
One patrol at a time, we are walking towards a better future for nature - World Wildlife Day 2022
One piece of land at a time the International Anti-Poaching Foundation is working tirelessly to protect wildlife populations and help restore natural ecosystems.
Impact Report 2021 - Our Akashinga Rangers are growing stronger than ever and have made record-breaking arrests
Despite the challenges faced in 2021 due to COVID-19, our rangers have been hard at work protecting more land and protecting more animals, and we have great results to show you.
Creating A Better Future For Locals in Rural Zimbabwe
Thanks to your continued support, the impact of COVID-19 has not slowed down the progress of community projects in rural Zimbabwe. As a result of your efforts, we have empowered women with entrepreneurial skills and improved the infrastructure of communities.
IAPF's Youngest Ranger on Breaking Barriers and Prioritising Education
Nokuthula epitomizes the importance of never losing hope when the odds seem stacked against you, as well as the limitless opportunities that can be made available to young girls, thanks to your support.
IUCN World Conservation Congress 2021
The first hybrid in-person and virtual environmental event since the pandemic began, the Congress will drive action on nature-based recovery, climate change and biodiversity for decades to come.
Not a single elephant has been lost, that's a significant impact.
We endeavour to maintain our track record of losing no elephants to poaching as we turn the tide on the decimation of wildlife and its natural habitat.
On World Ranger Day, meet Margaret Darawanda, a dedicated Akashinga Ranger.
This is the story of one of many rangers around the globe whose hard work is celebrated on World Ranger Day.
We're pleased to announce the graduation of 71 new Akashinga rangers.
Expanding our footprint across the region in defence of the natural world.
Unbreakable: Females Fighting Poaching – A Study on Gender Impact in Decreasing Corruption within Anti-Poaching Units in Africa
A new study suggests women rangers are less susceptible to corruption, effective in significantly reducing poaching activity and excel at information gathering.
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Reduction in Poaching
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