“Cheetahs are the most endangered big cat in Africa. Less than 7,500 remain in the wild. Human-wildlife conflict (HWC) is a major threat to the species. CCF’s work training farmers who share cheetah landscape is vitally important to reducing HWC and conserving remaining wild cheetah populations.”
Dr. Julian Norton – The Yorkshire Vet and CCF UK Ambassador
Your support will make a big difference to people and cheetahs:
- £10 to help sustain our HWC carnivore hotline
- £20 to support outreach and identify HWC hot spots
- £50 to deliver vital farmer training to 10 farmers
- £100 to provide vet care for 10 livestock guarding dogs
- £500 to fund a livestock guarding dog for 1 year.
By #UnitingForCheetahs, we can reduce human-wildlife and drive lasting change by:
- Building strong community networks that support the ongoing implementation of CCF’s human-wildlife conflict mitigation tactics within communities.
- Improving livestock health and reducing retaliatory attacks on cheetahs, from farmers, by more than 50% within 12 months. It will take at least 2 years to reach levels closer to 80%
- Testing new methodologies, technologies and interventions that can sustain the reduction of human-wildlife conflict in affected areas.