Notes: Given that cheetah and wild dog only exist in Uganda in the north as part of a trans-boundary population shared with Southern Sudan and Kenya, it was considered unnecessary to develop a national action plan for the two species separate to the national action plan for all large carnivores in Uganda, developed in April 2010. The regional coordinator (East Africa) attended the workshop for all carnivores and ensured that cheetah and wild dog conservation issues for this country were adequately addressed. The NAP for carnivores in Uganda is not yet available.
Title: National Action Plan for the conservation of Cheetah and African Wild Dog in Tanzania
Notes: The National Action Plan was developed in January 2013 but is yet to be endorsed; this is the draft plan.
With Thanks to…
The Range Wide Conservation Program is a joint initiative of the Zoological Society of London and the Wildlife Conservation Society, endorsed by the IUCN Cat and Canid Specialist Groups. The program’s core operating costs are funded by the Howard G Buffet Foundation. Many other organisations have supported or funded various aspects of the program.