Environment

Cheetah Conservation Fund

Cheetah Conservation Fund

Project  Overview:

The Cheetah Conservation Fund is the world’s leading organization dedicated to saving the cheetah in the wild.

Using this research as an underpinning, CCF has created a set of integrated programs that together address the threats both to the cheetah and its entire ecosystem, including human populations. CCF operates from the principal that only by securing the future of the communities that live alongside the cheetah can you secure a future for the cheetah. Helping people helps cheetahs.

Environmental education plays a key role in Cheetah Conservation Fund’s (CCF) mission. CCF believes that public education and the development of national pride and international concern for the cheetah are critical to its survival, and therefore educates farmers, teachers, and the public about methods to conserve biodiversity and about the role of the cheetah and other predators in healthy ecosystems. 

Impact:

The support of the Foundation to the Cheetah Conservation Fund ensures the wellbeing of 24 cheetahs. The Pupkewitz Foundation has sponsored a much needed upgrade to the kitchen facilities of the Cheetah Conservation fund.

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NDP5

The pillars of the NDP5 which applies to this project under the Social Progression pillars – Harnessing the Demographic Dividends

Social Development

  • Youth Empowerement
  • Intergrate marginalized communities into mainstream

Human Capital Development

  • Social Progression
  • Basic Education
  • Technical/Vocational Education and Training

Environment and Climate Change

  • Strengthen Environmental protection
  • Promote environmentally sound investments and production systems.

Pillar

Economic Progression:

Achieve, sustainable and equitable growth

  • Rural Economic Development
  • Enterprise Development