African Wildlife Foundation

Founding Year: 1961

Staff: 14

Budget: $28m (2020)

Kaddu Sebunya (CEO)

Their new ten-year strategic vision aims to “change the debate, proposing that African governments do not have to choose conservation over development or vice versa”, and encourage people to consider “how to embrace the future and create an Africa that makes wildlife and wild lands the centerpiece of sustainable development — recognizing their unique and inherent value.” It works to develop “innovative conservation strategies so wildlife, wild lands, and people can thrive…addressing not only direct threats to wildlife like poaching and habitat loss, but also working with communities and governments to ensure that African conservation is truly African owned and led.

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African Wildlife Foundation contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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