Cheetahs in the News

CCF Brings Forth Comprehensive Textbook on Cheetahs

After over three years’ worth of work, bringing together a network of cheetah researchers and conservationists from … Read more »

Pathways Africa 2018 coming to Namibia!

Pathways Africa is a conference and training program designed to address the myriad of issues that arise … Read more »

CCF and A Future for Cheetahs Featured in Kenya Airways

Msafiri Magazine, the inflight magazine of Kenya Airways includes an article on Cheetah Conservation Fund and featuring … Read more »

A Cheetah’s Tale

CCF’s International Royal Patron HRH Princess Michael of Kent will be appearing at the Royal Geographical Society … Read more »

Cheetah Conservation Fund Hosts Girl Scouts and Girl Guides for Second Half of “Voice of the Cheetah” Dual-Nation Immersive Cheetah Conservation Experience

Cheetah Conservation Fund P.O. Box 1755 Otjiwarongo, Namibia phone: +264 (0)67-306225 fax: +264 (0)67-306247 ccfinfo@iway.na   For … Read more »

Two Filmcrews visit CCF in July

National Geographic Adventurer, Shannon Galpin, and her daughter, Devon Clarke were at CCF as part of their … Read more »

Fighting the Illegal Trade: Cheetah Cub Confiscation in Somaliland

Somaliland lies in north western Somalia, an autonomous region of Somalia fighting for international recognition as an … Read more »

Dr. Laurie Marker to Give Cathryn Hilker, Founder of Cincinnati Zoo Cat Ambassador Program, the 2017 Cheetah Conservation Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Dr. Laurie Marker to Give Cathryn Hilker, Founder of Cincinnati Zoo Cat Ambassador Program, … Read more »

Cheetah Populations Continue to Decline Across Africa

CCF researchers co-authored a report on the decline of the wild cheetah that has created awareness around … Read more »

Cheetah Conservation Fund
and Other Experts Ask for Reclassification of Cheetah from Vulnerable to Endangered Status in New Report

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cheetah Conservation Fund and Other Experts Ask for Reclassification of Cheetah from Vulnerable to … Read more »