News November 2018

  • Bikers for CCF

    In December 2018, four Grandmaster cyclists (over the age of 60) will be taking on the challenge to raise funds for the Cheetah Conservation Fund. This is a drive to raise funds for a CCF...

  • Farmers recieving payments

    Farmers in Tsiseb Conservancy receive first ever payment from the Wildlife Credits Scheme for livestock killed by lions

    Communal farmers in Tsiseb Conservancy who had...

  • Guarding dog with a herd of livestock

    At the recent workshop on governance that took place at the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) Centre, most of the participants were farmers who come from Human Wildlife Conflict (HWC) hotspots....

  • U.S Ambassador to Namibia, Ms. Lisa Johnson, Handler and Minister of Environment and Tourism, the Hon. Pohamba Shifeta.

    The new Dog Unit for Wildlife Protection and Law Enforcement in the Ministry of Environment and Tourism was let off the leash at the Law Enforcement Training School at the Waterberg Plateau...

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