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Namibie (2012)

Giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) Namibia

Julian Fennessy

Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund

Titre : Giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) Namibia

Pays : Namibie

Date attribution : 09-02-2012

Numéro projet : 11252849

Bénéficiaire : Julian Fennessy Giraffe Conservation Foundation

The Giraffe Conservation Foundation (GCF) was founded in 2009 and works across the natural range of giraffe throughout Africa - from South Africa to Kenya to Niger. GCF’s vision of a sustainable future where all giraffe populations and (sub)species are protected and secure in the wild. GCF’s mission is to : * Promote the importance and profile of giraffe conservation on the international stage. * Secure viable, and protect existing, habitat for giraffe and other wildlife. -Support dedicated and innovative research to better understand giraffe ecology, conservation and management. * Establish the current status of all giraffe populations and (sub)species to support and inform their conservation and management.* -Identify key threats to giraffe and innovative ways to mitigate these. * Develop a world class network of individuals and organisations dedicated to securing the future of giraffe. * Provide a platform and forum for giraffe related research, conservation and management discussion. * Increase awareness about the plight of giraffe. -Promote and support giraffe conservation initiatives and work collaboratively with local communities to develop a sustainable future for both people and wildlife. * Establish GCF as the key focal organisation for giraffe conservation and management. * Maintain a close working relationship with the IGWG to provide comprehensive educational and technical support. * To be the leading international organisation for giraffe conservation and management.

Montant financement : $10,000

Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund

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