The IAPF is preserving wildlife one step at a time - World Wildlife Day 2021
In a world where humanity is decimating wildlife populations and natural habitats at an alarming rate, the International Anti-Poaching Foundation is turning the tide one piece of land at a time.
March 3, 2021
Empowering Women in Africa
IAPF is empowering women in Africa through specialized training and gainful employment as female rangers in the fight against poaching.
March 2, 2021
African Habitat Conservation Fund
The IAPF habitat conservation fund provides community-based conservation methods for protecting African habitats, wildlife and communities.
March 1, 2021
Our rangers undergo continuous training to stay on top of their game
Continuation training to ensure the Akashinga rangers are always at the top of their game has resumed, after it was disrupted for several months last year due to Zimbabwe’s Covid-19 lockdown.
February 23, 2021
Why Do People Poach Elephants?
What is poaching? Why is it so hard to combat? And why are elephants in particular so often the target of poachers?
February 4, 2021
Why Are Rhinos Poached?
Why is poaching such an ongoing problem? Why can it be difficult to stop? Why are rhinoceroses often a target of poachers?
February 4, 2021
The signs of wildlife are returning...
The rains are falling across Zimbabwe and the bush is bursting with life. The first rains of the season fell in October transforming the parched brown wilderness to emerald green and dampening the searing heat.
January 16, 2021
Akashinga Training Kicks Off with Excitement in Songo
Pictured above: Sergeant Bennet Matema, graduate of the Akashinga Instructor Wing in Phundundu, sings with the team of Songo recruits as they jog toward camp during one of their many drills.
December 7, 2020
Meet the Akashinga Instructors leading Songo to success
We place high expectations on the IAPF Akashinga rangers. They are, after all, risking their lives everyday on the frontline to protect the world’s most vulnerable wildlife against illegal poaching and trafficking.
November 23, 2020