Find here a list of external links for our Host, International, Regional (separated by country), and Transboundary Organizations.

Host Organizations

Zoological Society of London:
Wildlife Conversation Society:

IUCN Cat Specialist Group:
Cheetah Conservation Compendium:
IUCN Canid Specialist Group:

Southern Africa


Ministério da Hotelaria e Tourismo:
Ministério do Ambiente: 


Botswana Department of Wildlife and National Parks:
Cheetah Conservation Botswana:
Botswana Predator Conservation Trust:


Department Scientific Services, Ministry of Environment and Tourism:
Cheetah Conservation Fund: Nature Foundation – Wild Dog Project:
Large Carnivore Management Association of Namibia:
Na’an ku sê:
Kwando Carnivore Project:


Wild Dog Conservation Malawi:


Niassa Large Carnivore Project:
Selous-Niassa Wildlife Corridor Project:
Limpopo Transfrontier Predator Project:
WWF in Mozambique:

South Africa

South African National Parks:
Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT):
The Kgalagadi Cheetah Project:
Wild Dog Advisory Group:
Cheetah Outreach:


Zambia Wildlife Authority:
African Parks Network – Liuwa Plains Project:
African Parks Network – the Bangwelu Wetlands Project:
South Luangwa Conservation Society:
African Wildlife Foundation – Kazungula Heartland Project:
Zambian Carnivore Programme:
Conservation Lower Zambezi:


Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority:
Dambari Wildlife Trust:
Painted Dog Conservation:
Painted Dog Research Trust:
African Wildlife Conservation Fund:
Cheetah Conservation Project Zimbabwe:

East Africa


DECAN (Djibouti):


Ethiopian Wildlife Conservation Authority:
Frankfurt Zoological Society:
GIZ Ethiopia:


Kenya Wildlife Service:
Mara Cheetah Project:
Action for Cheetahs in Kenya:
Kenya Rangelands Wild Dog and Cheetah Project:
African Wild Dog Conservancy:
Mara Meru Cheetah Project:
Tsavo Cheetah Project:


Somali Environmental and Conservation Group (SECG):

Southern Sudan

Ministry of Interior and Wildlife Conservation (South Sudan):
WCS Southern Sudan Program:


Tanzania Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism:
Tanzanian Wildlife Research Institute:
Tanzania National Parks:
Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority:
WCS Tanzania Program:
Tanzania Carnivore Program (TCP):
African People and Wildlife:
Ruaha Carnivore Programme:
Serengeti Cheetah Project Serengeti Cheetah Project:


WCS Uganda:
Ugandan Wildlife Authority (UWA):
Ministry of Tourism Wildlife and Antiquities (Uganda):

Northern West Central Africa


Parc Culturel de l’Ahaggar:
Parc culturel de Tassili N’Ajjer:
Ministry of Culture, Algeria:


CENAGREF Centre National de Gestion des Réserves de:
Programme PAPE, Union Europeenne:
Pendjari National Park:
W National Park:

Burkina Faso

Central African Republic



Reserve Naturelle du Termit et de Tin Toumma:
Fauna Corridors:


Parc National du Niokolo Koba:


Parcs nationaux de la Keran et reserve de faune Oti-Mandouri:


NWC Africa

Programme PAPE, Union Europeenne:
Sahara Conservation Fund:
ZSL/Panthera West African Carnivores and Elephants:

Southern Africa

Southern African Peace Parks:
Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA):
AHEAD GLTFCA Network and Programme:
Peace Parks Foundation – Malawi-Zambia:
South Africa Transfrontier Parks:

East Africa

TRAFFIC (East Africa):
CITES Intersessional Working Group on the Illegal Trade in Cheetahs:
Border Point Project, Born Free:
FAO-Eastern Africa Office:

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.