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While continuing to use its well-known acronym, WWF’s name changed in 1986 from the World Wildlife Fund to the World Wide Fund for Nature.
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We are a non-profit Public Benefit Organisation existing to do environmental conservation in South Africa by igniting new ways for people and nature to thrive. We work with communities, who are the keepers of our natural resources, and other partners. We direct their energy and efforts so that they can be key levers of change for South Africa’s future.
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Last updated on 10 May 2021/NK