World Federation for Animals welcomes five new member organisations




We are thrilled to announce the addition of five remarkable organisations to the World Federation for Animals community. Their diverse expertise and unique approaches strengthen our collective efforts for animal welfare worldwide.


Based in Peru, Arba joins as a Full Member. Collaborating with businesses, government, and civil society, they carry out awareness and education campaigns and participate in public policy to improve the lives of animals in the country. Discover their efforts at

Ethical Seafood Research

Also coming on board as a Full Member, Ethical Seafood Research champions sustainability and improved welfare practices within the aquatic foods sector. They offer a range of research-oriented services in the field of fisheries and aquaculture on a consultancy basis. Dive deeper at

Phoenix Zones Initiative

A Full Member, Phoenix Zones Initiative is at the forefront of connecting rights, health, and the well-being of people, animals, and the planet. Their medical and public health lens zeroes in on policies and practices that compromise our world, from climate change to infectious diseases and beyond. Learn more at

Australian Alliance for Animals

An Associate Member, the Australian Alliance for Animals is a national charity leading a strategic coalition of Australian animal protection organisations to create systemic change for animals.  Learn more at


Joining as our Associate Member from Morocco, RAPAD’s mission focuses on the defence and protection of all animal life, whilst ensuring the preservation of nature and the environment. Explore their mission and work at

Join us in welcoming the five organizations! Together, we envision a brighter, better future for all animals.

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