• Cheetah Conservation Fund Hosts Rabies Awareness & Vaccination Clinic in Outjo District to Promote World Rabies Day

    OTJIWARONGO, Namibia – 26 September 2020 – On Thursday, 24 September, Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) hosted a vaccination clinic at Queen Sofia, a resettlement farm in the Outjo District, to help drive awareness for World Rabies Day, which is commemorated each year on 28 September. The theme of this year’s World Rabies Day is End […]

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  • Archie Cheetah Young Ambassador

    Young Ambassador: Archie

    Hello! My name is Archie and I’m six years old. When I was younger I went to West Midlands Safari Park and this was where my love of cheetahs started, I remember watching one having a drink and was fascinated. This is also where my much loved cheetah teddy came from. The other thing I […]

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  • Lily Cheetah Ambassador

    Young Ambassador: Lily

    Lily’s obsession with cats began when we adopted our rescue cat two years ago. Since then her love for Cheetahs has developed and for her birthday this year, she decided that she would like to sponsor a cheetah. She’s spent many hours watching and learning about them and decided she’d like to do more than […]

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  • CCF UK Young Ambassador Katie

    Young Ambassador: Katie

    Crafty Cheetahs, July 2020 This craft challenge for our younger supporters received 60+ entries from children of all ages, including drawings, paintings, poetry and a fantastic mask made by Katie. Firstly I got a balloon and we made a mixture, it was wallpaper paste and we used it to stick newspaper over the balloon.  When […]

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  • Chloe Harris Cheetah Champion

    Welcome to Chloe – Our Newest Young Ambassador

    Chloe is 7 years old and loves being active-she enjoys football and riding her bike. Since she was 3 years old she has been fascinated with cheetahs and has recently become passionate about cheetah conservation, in particular relating to illegal trading of cubs and human conflict. The rapid reduction in cheetah numbers worldwide has inspired […]

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  • James Young

    Memorial Fund in Honour of James Young

    With much sorrow, I confirm our conservation community has experienced a tremendous loss. James Young, International Project Manager for CCF’s Cheetah Safe House, had a heart attack and passed away while en route to the hospital in Hargeisa, Somaliland this week. James had been contracted to guide day to day operations of the CCF Safe […]

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  • Crafty Cheetahs

    Crafty Cheetahs 2020

    Whilst we are at home with our families, looking for ways to get creative with our children and support their wellbeing, we’re inviting you all to get crafty for cheetahs We would like you and your children to design a piece of art work to represent the amazing cheetah. This could be a painting, a […]

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  • Namibia Economist: Cheetah Conservation Fund Rescues one More Cheetah Cub in Somaliland

    Dr Muse Saed Jama, the Cheetah Conservation Fund’s veterinarian in Somaliland, rescued two cheetah cubs last week but despite the best efforts, only one survived. A small Cheetah cub rescued from the military in Somaliland last week became the 34th member of the cheetah clan now being cared for at a rehabilitation facility in Hargeisa. […]

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  • New Big 5: Silent Extinctions, The World’s Tallest and Fastest Animals Are Disappearing

    Source: https://www.newbig5.com/silent-extinctions

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  • Dr Laurie Marker

    New Big 5: Dr. Laurie Marker, Executive Director, CCF

    You can  vote for the New Big 5 here. Source: https://www.newbig5.com/dr-laurie-marker

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