The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
WWF-Pakistan supports policy makers, government offices, civil and animal rights activists and law makers by preparing in-depth best practice guidelines. Our work with species, communities, climate change mitigation, sustainable agriculture, market transformation, corporate relations and environmental education is shared through detailed position paper with all to present a clear and directed approach towards these issues.
These guidelines and position papers are available in this section for the benefit and awareness of all.
WWF-Pakistan is deeply concerned about the distressing & ongoing loss of threatened wild animals within zoos, particularly the #KarachiZoo due to inadequate capacity & care.
WWF-Pakistan expresses deep concern over the recent killing of an Indus River dolphin, an endangered species protected by law, in Balochistan. This tragic incident underscores the need for greater awareness and adherence to legal protections. The organisation urges accountability for this inhumane act and calls for a monitoring programme to track dolphin movement in canals, along with a community awareness campaign. Together, swift action needs to be taken to safeguard the future of this iconic species and protect the delicate ecosystem.