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Results of the nationwide cheetah survey


Between 2013 and 2015 Cheetah Conservation Project Zimbabwe carried out a nationwide questionnaire based cheetah population and distribution survey. In addition, we mapped the occurrence of twelve other carnivores in Zimbabwe. 


Dowload the full report (6 mb) by clicking on the image to the left, if you would only like to look at the occurrence maps download the poster (5 mb) by clicking on the image to the right.

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You can support our work by sending us your cheetah sightings and pictures. If you have been lucky enough to come across a cheetah somewhere in Zimbabwe please let us know via, facebook or our online sighting form

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Meet the team


Cheetah Conservation Project Zimbabwe was founded in 2012. The project aims to conserve cheetahs through applied research, education, collaboration and capacity building. 

Our work


To set priorities for conservation it is important to know where cheetahs occur, how many there are and what challenges the species faces. Which is why we carried out a nationwide cheetah population survey. 

The cheetah


The cheetah is the fastest animal on land. They also have a unique social system. Cheetah brothers stay together for life in a male coalition.

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