Zambia The Zambian Carnivore Programme is a non-profit Zambian registered trust dedicated to conserving large carnivore species and the ecosystems they reside in for one of Africa’s most wildlife-rich places. We are 100% field-based, working out of 3 basic research camps across the country.

 

One of the last-remaining strongholds for large African carnivores

Zambian Carnivore Programme

Our Goals

To safeguard large carnivores, their prey, and habitat in Zambia through applied research, conservation, and education.

To utilize large carnivores and their prey as flagship species for large scale habitat conservation, which in turn will benefit many other species.

To provide information and recommendations to the Zambia Wildlife Authority, and support them in all efforts to safeguard wildlife species and the ecosystems they reside in.

To increase knowledge and understanding of large carnivore and herbivore dynamics and interrelationships and contribute to the conservation of these species as a whole.

To build capacity within local Zambian organizations and government bodies for the sustainable conservation of large carnivores and herbivores, their ecological functions, and their habitats.

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