We are a new registered animal welfare

NGO created to help animals in need abroad


Our current projects are to help wild and street

animals in Bolivia, Mexico Peru and in Kenya rangers and school children


Our IAFAF Canadian team of volunteers, are animal welfare and also conservation people, who have many years of experience in the area of saving and helping street animals, as well caring for rescued wild animals from the illegal exotic pet trade.

Our mission with our projects is to help animals and humans with our international partners, by providing medical equipment, tools, food and veterinarian care and to improve the lives of street cats and dogs.


Our educational programs have been designed to create awareness and education with the children, youth and adults living around these animals.


IAFAF educative projects, emphasizes about the importance of co-exist, respect, protect and conserve wild animals and their habitat, but also to reduce the human waste, which directly affects the natural habitats of these animals and endanger their lives every day. Our IAFAF educative programs include: recycling, compost, reforestation and to learn how to re-use recyclables to benefit economically their communities.


Wild animals struggle to survive due to all the negative human activity that affects their lives everyday.


Poaching, illegal traffic, exotic pet trade, deforestation, loss of habitat, destruction and blocking of their migratory routes, urbanization, roads, pollution, human-wildlife conflicts, climate change, so on, bring multiple negative and most devastating consequences for all wildlife and  nature, every single day worldwide. 

Our mission is with our projects, to help mitigate such negative human impact that plague wild animals, by educating and providing innovative and alternative less human harming and invasive ways on our nature

Our Partners

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