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May 16, 2017

The Results Measurement and Evidence Stream (RMES), launched in June 2014, is the first World Bank Group-wide initiative to bring together staff, talent, knowledge, and innovations, to establish standards and operational solutions on results measurement and evaluation....

May 9, 2017

The US Patent & Trademark Office invited Kashmir World Foundation to present on project Mishell Drones an Autonomous Aircraft for Conservation and Counter Poaching of Endangered Species for their Tech Fair on Tuesday, May 9. The presentation was included Kashmir World...

April 5, 2016

Kashmir Rose is the art history division of Kashmir World Foundation. Through the sale of Kashmir Rose products, KwF funds endangered species programs. When you know what you buy, you can help protect the species that are at the risk of extinction. 


A vintage...

November 19, 2015



Abdelaziz Lawani is a PhD student from Benin (West Africa) currently studying at the University of Kentucky. In Benin, poaching is a serious problem that endangers many species. In the WAP parks (west Africa) many species are threatened not only by poachers but also...

August 30, 2015




Rhino Rights ‘Knight’


Celebrate World Rhino Day at Foxcroft School






Middleburg, VA. September 22, 2015: You are invited to join Kashmir World Foundation at Foxcroft Girls School (22407 Foxhound Lane) from 5:00PM-7:30PM for World Rhino Day at Rhino Rights...

July 16, 2015

On 15, July 2015 " Wildlife Poaching and  Insecurity in Africa" was held at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS); a comprehensive discussion exploring innovative solutions to combat wildlife poaching and insecurity in Africa. 


Keynote rem...

June 2, 2015

Washington, D.C.— The Crime Museum, located at 575 7th St, NW., periodically features temporary exhibits throughout the year and starting June 5, 2015 the Museum will be hosting one such exhibit: Ivory, Tortoise Shell & Fur: The Ugly Truth of Wildlife Trafficking. This...

May 6, 2015

The study and manipulation of nature has been of major interest for humans since the beginning, either for survival or to understand the environment around them. Since the discovery of fire and the beginnings of agriculture it has become of higher importance to underst...

May 5, 2015


WASHINGTON D.C. – (May 5, 2015) – It’s estimated that in the last century we have lost 97 percent of the world’s tigers. In just the last 13 years there has been a 76 percent decline in the elephant population. Last year alone, there were over 1,200 rhinoceros killed....

April 7, 2015

Published in Sun Gazette


On a cold and windy morning March 22, a steady stream of cars arrived at a horse farm on Bliss Lane in Great Falls. From each vehicle, a DaVinci scholar and family emerged carrying a custom aircraft, flight controller and other gear.

The scholar...

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