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Human–Wildlife Conflict 10 Years Later: Lessons Learned and Their Application to Cheetah Conservation

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) conservation is interconnected to social, economic, and environmental factors. Since the 2003 World Parks Congress, cheetah conservation practitioners have been applying human -wildlife conflict resolution strategies throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. Future Farmers of Africa training has taught farm management skills to over 3,000 rural Namibian farmers and is being used in other range countries.


How To Celebrate Earth Day

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is … Read more »

A Home Away From Home: Insights from successful leopard (Panthera pardus) translocations

In this Namibian study, we critically evaluate the outcomes of another six leopard translocations, in terms of … Read more »


A Day in the Life – 01/09/14

We have many individuals and crews contact us throughout the year to get a chance to come … Read more »

Winter 2014 – Notes from the Field

CLICK the link below to go to a specific section In this Issue: Photo Favorite | Livestock … Read more »


A Day in the Life – 12/10/14

Today we loaded 6 puppies into a truck headed for Tanzania’s Ruaha Carnivore Project, which is part … Read more »

2013 Year-End Report

2013 detailed annual progress report

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A Message from Dr. Laurie Marker and Cheetah Conservation Fund

Cheetah Conservation Fund is the leader in conservation of cheetahs and their ecosystems. We’ve accomplished much in … Read more »


CCF in the United Arab Emirates

Photos from CCF’s trip to the United Arab Emirates.


CCF in the United Arab Emirates

In late May and early June 2013, CCF’s Assistant Directors, Dr. Anne Schmidt-Küntzel and Patricia Tricorache joined … Read more »