The Namibian Lion Trust boldly takes on the AfriCat North Projects…

AfriCat North, primarily the AfriCat Foundation field-base for lion research, human-wildlife conflict mitigation and community support, has seen its role as a lion-conservation force in the Kunene Region, grow exponentially. The need to have a significant presence to protect the lion, to assist with lion-farmer conflict situations, to mentor otherwise desperate farmers in predator-friendly farming practices, and to educate the youth, grows with each passing dry year.

In order to do this, AfriCat North must now boldly set out with renewed energy and commitment as the Namibian Lion Trust (Reg #: T298/2019), with our slogan FOR LIONS, FOR LIFE and FOR OUR FUTURE, dedicated to Panthera leo.

The Namibian Lion Trust will embark on its chosen path with innovation, determination and integrity for it is without question, essential that AfriCat North’s work must continue.

Our Mission...

  • The Namibian Lion Trust is committed to the long-term protection and conservation of the lion and other large carnivores that co-exist in the Namibian landscape.
  • We promote co-existence between farming communities and conflict wildlife.
  • We seek to find workable solutions to the present human-lion conflict without threatening  the survival of the lion and other large carnivore species.
  • We work tirelessly to make a significant difference to peoples’ lives, especially those who have to bear the cost of living with wildlife.
  • We strive to inspire people, young and old, to respect and protect fauna and flora in their natural habitats.
  • Ultimately, the Namibian Lion Trust strives for increased protection of the Namibian Lion.

Our Mission...

  • The Namibian Lion Trust is committed to the long-term protection and conservation of the lion and other large carnivores that co-exist in the Namibian landscape.
  • We promote co-existence between farming communities and conflict wildlife.
  • We seek to find workable solutions to the present human-lion conflict without threatening  the survival of the lion and other large carnivore species.
  • We work tirelessly to make a significant difference to peoples’ lives, especially those who have to bear the cost of living with wildlife.
  • We strive to inspire people, young and old, to respect and protect fauna and flora in their natural habitats.
  • Ultimately, the Namibian Lion Trust strives for increased protection of the Namibian Lion.
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