CCF Blog


Zinzi: Teetering on the Brink of Success

In 2009, Zinzi, a 10 – 12 month old female cheetah, was captured by a farmer in … Read more »

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Heritage Week 2015 – Part 2

On the 26 September 2015 the 4 participating schools; Karundu Primary School, Spes Bona Primary School, Orwetoveni … Read more »

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Heritage Week 2015 – Part 1

The Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) celebrates National Heritage Week from 21 – 26 September 2015 in Otjiwarongo … Read more »


Livestock Management – Australia & Namibia

Last week CCF had the pleasure of having Linda van Bommel, a researcher from Australia, visit our … Read more »


CCF and B2 Gold Update May, 31 2015

The Cheetah Conservation Fund was asked by B2 Gold Mine to undertake a biodiversity monitoring project utilisation … Read more »


Yes – Youth Environmental Summit May 2015

Youth Environmental Summit (YES) was held in May to celebrate International Day for Biological Diversity. YES is … Read more »

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Tracking Zinzi – Blips and Chirps

There really is nothing quite like tracking a wild cheetah. A week or so ago, myself, another … Read more »


How To Celebrate Earth Day

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

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Education Update

CCF hosted 10 Herero adults from the Omaheke region for our Naturalist Training Camp, Feb. 16th-20th. The … Read more »

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Patricia Manrique – Volunteer Experience

Volunteering at the Cheetah Conservation Fund is a different experience for every person. Personally, I came from … Read more »