Cheetah Conservation Fund
Rating: 4.76 stars 21 21 reviews
PO Box 2496 Alexandria VA 22301 USA
CCF's mission is to be the internationally recognised centre of excellence in the conservation of cheetahs and their ecosystems. CCF will work with all stakeholders to develop best practices in research, education, and land use to benefit all species, including people.
Our progress reports are available online at http://www.cheetah.org/?nd=progress_reports
Everyone who must co-exist with wildlife in all cheetah-range countries (23 in Africa and Iran in the Middle East).
Geographic areas served:
Research (population biology, health and reproduction, cheetah ecology, ecosystem research); Livestock Guarding Dogs program; contact with farming community; education activities; eco-tourism; international programs (Kenya, Iran, Botswana, International Cheetah Studbook); development & international fundraising; visitors to CCF; volunteer program
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I worked with CCF since the 1980's and they started for all the right reasons but the money and fame have changed the organization for the worst. This organization does not help farmers any more- they judge us and push ideas that dont work. The head woman is not trustworthy, however she is very charismatic and people listen to her (and the foreign money pours in). Please be cautious before working with them. They say they do more than they do- Namibians know they just use their millions of US dollars to buy expensive cars and horses. They only let their friends secretly hunt on their land. They could do a lot of good for us but chooses not to . Please dont buy the hype they sell- there are other organizations that are legitimate and helpful.
Absolutely a wonderful organization and cause! Striving to be a professional in the field as well as a hopeful volunteer with the Cheetah Conservation Fund in the near future, the dedication from those who have completed the programs is amazing. They are so willing to share their new knowledge with everyone, which allows us to spread the news to more people! The CCF keeps a completely positive outlook towards the people who live with wild cheetahs each and every day and make the time to hear their stories and concerns, instead of preaching at them. The CCF really wants those who interact with cheetahs to love them as well and work towards both the human and non-human futures together.
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