IAPF Featured in National Geographic

Welcome to the world of IAPF!

Have you seen the recent online and print articles? You may not know them yet, but the article will introduce you to (and it’ll make you proud of) the IAPF Akashinga rangers.

If you haven’t seen the online magazine yet, here it is!

The print version is in the June edition and available at newsstands now!

We’re happy to show you this National Geographic article about IAPF’s Akashinga all-female ranger program! It documents the effective work we’re doing in the field, and of course, we hope it will result in you and others giving your support to our important mission.

The article tells a great story about the work of IAPF. It highlights our efforts to stop poaching in Africa as National Geographic follows IAPF’s Akashinga rangers on a raid to bust leopard poachers.

This article celebrates the combined effectiveness of IAPF and our supporters. We need you on our side to help keep this work going. Will you join our team and help protect nature in Africa?

If you do, your support will sustain IAPF’s three programs in Africa, through which we conduct numerous results-oriented activities, including:

  • active anti-poaching operations,
  • customized ranger training,
  • supplying equipment and technological solutions,
  • and providing critical project management and administrative support to local communities engaged in preventing poaching and parts trafficking.

Will you help us protect elephants, rhinos, and lions in Africa?

Here are three easy ways you can help IAPF save wildlife:

Help train and supply IAPF rangers to defend defenceless animals


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