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Protecting the world’s 40 species of wild cats and their continent-spanning ranges requires a global movement of people, governments and organizations. Panthera partners with other non-governmental organizations, national, regional and local government agencies, multilateral agencies, Indigenous groups and governments, foundations, corporations, zoos and academic institutions to create and implement the strategies that will save wild cats across their ranges. 

We are committed to a transformational partnership model. We provide capacity-building support and training to ensure communities, local organizations and relevant government agencies have the tools and knowledge they need to sustainably manage their own wild areas and protect cats far into the future.

Snow Leopard looking back at camera
© Shan Shui / Panthera / SLT

Government, Bilateral & Multilateral Partners

Panthera values our governmental, bilateral and multilateral partners.

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Conservation Partners

Panthera values our NGO and technical partners.

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Bornean Clouded Leopard male in lowland rainforest at night, Tawau Hills Park, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia Bornean Clouded Leopard male with corneal ulcer in his right eye in lowland rainforest, Tawau Hills Park, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia
© Sebastian Kennerknecht


Panthera values our partnerships with private foundations.

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Partnering with Indigenous Communities

Indigenous communities hold invaluable knowledge about species and habitats. We partner to protect wild cats and Indigenous lands.

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Partnering with Photographers Around the World

Panthera's Partner Photographers contribute their images and video to help Panthera raise awareness of the threats facing wild cats and promote science-based solutions to recover their populations worldwide.

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