Our Sponsors and Partners
Fit Cheetahs is hugely grateful to all our sponsors and partners supporting this important research. You, your organisation or school could also become a named sponsor. If you are interested in making a larger donation to support this worthwhile cause and help the cheetah’s fight for survival, please contact me directly at email@example.com.
Fit Cheetahs would like to thank the National Geographic Student Expeditions for their generous donation. This program offers high and middle school students the opportunity to explore life in the field and follow in the footsteps of NatGeo photographers, writers and scientists. I had the privilege of working with NatGeo students in Namibia and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
Fit Cheetahs is very grateful for the support and donations by Wiltshire College & University Centre, a tertiary college of education with whom we also work closely in terms of outreach. It is always great to hold talks and workshops with their Level 3 Animal Management students.
Fit Cheetahs is immensely grateful to Elspeth Third for her very generous donation!! Elspeth has been following and backing this research project right from the start and we are so grateful for her continuous support. Thank you so much, Elspeth!!
Fit Cheetahs would also like to thank Margaret and George Laing for their incredible support and very generous donation! They showed interest in this research project and understood its potential from the beginning and their patronage is very gratefully received. Thank you, Margaret and George!
Without WildTrack, this project would not be possible. The Footprint Identification Technique (FIT) is the brain child of Zoe Jewell and Sky Alibhhai, the founders of WildTrack. Their mission is to improve endangered species monitoring to help alleviate human-wildlife conflict. Their award-winning Footprint Identification Technique (FIT) identifies species, individuals, sex and age.
Fit Cheetahs is very grateful for our partnership with the N/a’anku sê Foundation’s Large Carnivore Conservation Research team which enables us to collect the data needed for this project. N/a’an ku sê works to conserve the land, cultures and wildlife of Namibia and is working towards its vision of an Africa where humans and wildlife can live and thrive together.
We are delighted to have Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire, UK as our research partner. This has enabled us to collect valuable data for the Fit Cheetahs project from a whole family unit of cheetahs - parents, a litter group and their older sibling.
Longleat Safari Park was opened in 1966 as the first drive-through safari park outside Africa. It is now home to over 500 animals and attracts almost 1 million visitors per year. Education and raising awareness of conservation issues is one of their core values and the park has been the setting for many TV documentaries, including the BBC's 'Animal Park'.
The Al Bustan Zoological Centre (ABZC) is a privately owned zoo by His Excellency Mr Abdul Jaleel Al Blouki in Sharjah, UAE, which is focused on conservation programs for endangered species like the cheetah, okapi, clouded leopard and Indian rhino. Fit Cheetahs is very grateful for this research partnership, which has enabled us to include two cheetah subspecies into this study.
Fit Cheetahs would like to thank Sabine Klaus-Carter, the director of Creation Editor Ltd, for her excellent and continued advice and support.
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