African elephants

Poaching of African elephants may result in species’ extinction by 2020

August 29, 2014 admin african elephant conservationTunde Folawiyotunde folawiyo africatunde folawiyo biotunde folawiyo executivetunde folawiyo profileUncategorized

Conservation enthusiasts such as Tunde Folawiyo are no doubt aware that African elephants are now at risk of extinction. Last year alone, over 35,000 of these animals were slaughtered for their ivory. The ivory is used to produce goods such as jewellery and ornaments, and is particularly popular in China, Vietnam, Thailand and Japan. Current […]


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African Wildlife Foundation Partners with Gecko Publishing and Travel Africa Magazine

May 12, 2014 Editor tunde folawiyo biotunde folawiyo executivetunde folawiyo londontunde folawiyo oiltunde folawiyo profile

Since its establishment in 1961, the African Wildlife Foundation – formerly known as the African Wildlife Leadership Foundation — has served as a continual source of advocacy for the preservation of the continent’s wildlife, striving to bring forth awareness of the endangerment of various species throughout Africa. With the valued support of African citizens such […]


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