The Cheetah Conservation Initiative (CCI) works across Africa with all countries where Cheetah and Wild Dogs exist in the wild.
Regional Conservation Strategies have been completed for three regions and National Action Plans developed for 17 countries. These are available for download through the ‘Strategies and Action Plans’ tab.
To improve the conservation status of cheetah and reverse declines in their populations in Africa.
To improve wildlife corridors in order to secure and restore connectivity for cheetah and their prey across seven cheetah landscapes. To support the development of legislative and regulatory frameworks that promote wildlife corridors and transboundary populations.
To develop and implement new community-based initiatives to reduce conflict and improve wildlife-based livelihood approaches to foster coexistence with cheetah. To improve community capacity for wildlife stewardship.
To train a new generation of African leaders in cheetah conservation; to train and mentor government-based National Carnivore Coordinators. To improve scientific knowledge and understanding of cheetah, their ecosystems and their relationships with people.
Regional Conservation Strategies have been completed for three regions and National Action Plans developed for 17 countries. Click on the map to the right, or the links below to access the plans.
North West Central Africa