New Community-based Initiative Launches

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Wildlife conservation in Africa is complex. To get it right, conservationists must work with a diverse range of partners supporting a vast number of initiatives – livestock keeping, farming, economic development, land use, health, and education …

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No Silver Bullet Will Save the African Lion

It has been just over a year since the senseless killing of Cecil the Lion ignited a worldwide firestorm of outrage over trophy hunting. The tragic event spurred conversation and debate in many public spheres …

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Celebrating Ten Years

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We are pleased to announce the release of our 2015 Annual Report. In these pages, you will find stories of how our model of community-driven conservation is providing real financial, cultural, and …

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Summer 2016 Updates

Two females recently spotted in the Ngorongoro Crater

Greetings from all of us at the African People & Wildlife Fund—we hope that you are having a wonderful summer so far! The past few months have been an exciting and rewarding time for us here …

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Wild Dogs Endangered But Still Roaming Across Northern Tanzania


They go by many names – African wild dogs, cape hunting dogs, African painted dogs; their Latin classification, Lycaon pictus, translates to “painted wolf.” They could also take on the moniker, the marathon hunters.

With …

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