AWF Newsletter December 2016
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AWF and African Union Launch Historic Partnership for Conservation

African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) and the African Union Commission (AUC) signed a partnership agreement this week jointly recognizing the critical importance of conservation to Africa’s continued economic and social development. As the oldest and largest conservation organization focusing solely on the African continent, AWF is uniquely positioned to work with the African Union toward a prosperous Africa based on inclusive growth and sustainable development. “The [AUC] appreciates the role played by AWF as an important partner in realizing Africa’s Agenda 2063 goals and in the conservation of Africa’s unique natural resources,” said H.E Tumusiime Rhoda Peace, Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture.

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Fun Fact

African wild dogs enjoy close pack life, with both males and females engaging the hunt and providing food and care for young pups.

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