Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, we’ve been able to fund the construction of four new enclosures at AIUNAU sanctuary to rehabilitate and release sloths confiscated from the wildlife trade and others that were kept as pets.
The New Zealand Government will soon begin a public consultation process for its Threat Management Plan for Māui and Hector’s dolphins. The consultation will run for two months after which the Government will consider submissions and finalise the plan.
Across the world, millions of farm animals are owned by women. These animals provide an important source of food, social status and income for household needs, education, clothing and medicine. On this International Women's Day, let's reflect on the work women do and how we can further empower them.
On January 9th, 2019, Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV), funded by World Animal Protection, worked with local Vietnamese law enforcement in an operation leading to the rescue of two baby bears, barely old enough to open their eyes, from a wildlife trader in the Hai Phoung province of Vietnam.