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AfriCat Foundation

AfriCat Foundation

AfriCat was founded in 1991 on Okonjima Farm in Central Namibia (though officially registered as a non-profit organisation in 1993) whose mission was to contribute to the long term conservation of Namibia’s large carnivores. AfriCat was created as a result of information gained on Okonjima when it was still a cattle farm losing calves to leopards and the desire and urgent need of sharing this information with fellow farmers. The consequent contact with numerous farmers and AfriCat’s exposure led to the rescue of many trapped large carnivores. Since 1993, 1080 of these predators were rescued. Over 85% were released back into the wild.

Cat Conservation Trust

Cat Conservation Trust

The Cat Conservation Trust breeds small wild cat species in captivity for selective release into suitable wild habitats. The Trust also informs and educates the public about the important role these animals play in bio-diversity conservation. Cat Conservation Trust's enclosures are...

Large Carnivore Initiative West & Central Africa (LCI-W&C AFRICA)

Large Carnivore Initiative West & Central Africa (LCI-W&C AFRICA) intends to build on the success of the regional Lion Conservation Network for West- and Central Africa (ROCAL) and to recruit new members in currently unrepresented countries in West- and Central...
Predator Protection Plan (PPP)

Predator Protection Plan (PPP)

The Leopard's success in the wild is due to its adaptability to habitats, it's ability to run at speeds approaching 58 km/hr, its unequaled ability to climb trees even when carrying a heavy carcass and its notorious ability for stealth. This...
Protecting African Wildlife Conservation Trust (PAW)

Protecting African Wildlife Conservation Trust (PAW)

Protecting African Wildlife Conservation Trust is a non-profit organization based in Northeast South Africa. PAW is committed to biodiversity conservation beyond borders. We engage worldwide volunteers and sponsors to support environmental scientists with all aspects of research, and social ecologists with...

Savé Valley Conservancy

Savé (pronounced Sah-vey) Valley Conservancy is a wildlife conservation leader in Zimbabwe. A Non-Profit Organisation, we are dedicated to protecting the region's ecology for future generations. The Conservancy spans an area of some 3400 square kilometers/340 000 hectares. At Savé...
Wildland Conservation Trust

Wildland Conservation Trust

WCT has two main projects, Elephant Aware and Predator Aware. We also work closely with the community in conservation education and with Women's groups all connecting with wildlife conservation. Our mission statement is to create local controlled ownership and responsibility for Maasai communities in the future of habitat protection, Elephant and Predator conservation and livestock security.

Zambian Carnivore Programme

In collaboration with the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA), the Zambian Carnivore Programme is a non-profit Zambian registered trust dedicated to conserving large carnivore species and their habitat in one of Africa's most wildlife-rich countries. Formerly known as African Wild Dog Conservation,...



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