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GMFER 2019: CoP18-centered events around the world
CAMPAIGNS & HIGHLIGHTS
Kids and Elders to Kruger (KE2K)
KE2K is a unique program that provides field trips into Kruger for kids and elders from communities surrounding the park, some of whom have never before seen an elephant.
Singing Wildlife Warrior of Tanzania
Shubert Mwarabu teaches young people about the importance of wildlife conservation through singing and storytelling. We are helping him to set up his own studio to broadcast his conservation message across Africa.
A Mini Forest in Faridabad
Please check back as info is coming soon.
Consumptive use of wildlife is not conservation!
Send an email to Kenyan officials urging them to reject the failed model of consumptive use of wildlife.
ON SOCIAL MEDIA
Follow GMFER on social media to stay up-to-date on the latest news on the movement to save endangered species from extinction.
Black Rhino are back in Chad after forty-six years. Six beauties were translocated from the Eastern Cape in South Africa to Zakouma National Park in Chad. This park has successfully managed to increase elephant numbers and protect their wildlife. We wish them all the luck in the world. #EverySingleRhinoCounts #RhinoFriday Megan Carr VP Social Media GMFER
GMFER uses online campaigns, grassroots organizing and protests to advocate against the trade in ivory and rhino horn and amplify the voices of indigenous African communities in the conversation about conservation.