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The WildAid Collection Premieres at Swahili Fashion Week

Tanzanian fashion designers on Saturday showcased a new wildlife-inspired clothing collection to raise awareness for conservation during Swahili Fashion Week in Dar es Salaam.

The designers and event organizer Mustafa Hassanali joined other influential Tanzanians, including CEOs, entertainers, religious leaders and sports stars, in a campaign to end poaching and illegal wildlife trade.

Sentencing of Chinese Vessel Crew Detained in Galapagos Marine Reserve Ratified by Appeals Court

Last month members of a judiciary tribunal in a provincial appeals court ruled in favor of the Galapagos National Park in the months-long case against the crew, captain and owner of the Fu Yuan Yu Leng 999.

They ratified the sentence for the captain and crew ranging from one to three years in prison for possession and transport of protected species within the Galapagos Marine Reserve. Jail time for the captain was slightly decreased from the original four years specified. 

Behind the Scenes with Norman Reedus

WildAid Ambassador Norman Reedus was interviewed behind the scenes on the set of AMC's The Walking Dead in his WildAid T-shirt.

Watch the clip from Talking Dead below! 

Star-Studded WildAid Gala Dazzles Beverly Hills

Actor Josh Duhamel Presented with Wildlife Champion Award Saturday, November 11 at Charity's Annual Fundraising Gala in Los Angeles

WildAid, the global nonprofit organization leading the fight to end the illegal wildlife trade, held its annual fundraising gala, "An Evening With WildAid," Saturday, November 11 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles.

Ugandan celebrities help combat wildlife poaching

KAMPALA – The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA), Uganda Conservation Foundation and WildAid today launched the "Poaching Steals from Us All" mass public awareness campaign featuring three high-profile national celebrities.

By starring in broadcast ads and short documentaries, actress and comedienne Anne Kansiime, singer Irene Ntale, and musician and actor Maurice Kirya use their voices to raise awareness about urgent wildlife conservation issues.

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