Monitoring & Research Detecting changes of status and threats in all wolf populations, and finding solutions to conservation problems
One Health Managing diseases, with benefits for people, wildlife and domestic stock
Biodiversity Friendly Futures Building a future where people and wildlife coexists, sharing the costs and benefits of conservation
Conservation Translocations Managing populations to boost recovery, avoid extinctions, and expand the species range
All projects implement awareness to engage stakeholders and capacity building to forster the environmental sector in Ethiopia.
The Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Programme is a WildCRU (University of Oxford) endeavour working under an agreement with Ethiopia's Wildlife Conservation Department and Regional Governments, with the aegis of the IUCN Canid Specialist Group.