Groups and organizations involved in Asiatic cheetah conservation programs and projects.
Conservation of the Asiatic Cheetah Project
A partnership between the Iranian Department of Enviornment and U.N. Development Programme to safeguard the last remaining, critically endanged Asiatic cheetah.
"...CACP officially began in 1998 with program support from the Iranian Department of Environment, and later the United Nation Development Programme. Today, we see that the population of the Asiatic cheetah has stabilized, while CACP continues to research, protect and network to save this species from extinction..." Iranian Cheetah Society
Asiatic cheetah (Iranian cheetah) conservation.
Iranian Cheetah Society (ICS) is a non-governmental, non-profitable organization in order to save the biodiversity with the Asiatic cheetah as flagship species which is left only in Iran. The ICS is a sophisticated NGO devoted to save the Iranian “Big Five” Carnivores which are normally in conflict with local communities. It has been established in 2001 (registeration number 13640) and just celebrated its "first decade of biodiversity conservation". Persian Heritage Wildlife Foundation
The Persian Wildlife Foundation is currently working with Panthera, the leading international conservation organization solely focused on the big cats, the Persian Wildlife Heritage Foundation (PWHF), the Conservation of the Asiatic Cheetah Program (CACP)
United Nations Development Programme in Iran
Involved in an Asiatic cheetah conservation initiative - Conservation of Asiatic Cheetah Project - with Iran's Department of Education to