Snow Leopard Trust
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Through innovative programs, effective partnerships and the latest science, the Snow Leopard Trust is saving the magnificent snow leopard and improving the lives of people who live in the snow leopard countries of Central Asia.
The Snow Leopard Trust has on-going conservation, research, and education projects in 5 key snow leopard countries that are home to 75% of the wild snow leopard population. With more than 25 staff the Snow Leopard Trust has become the leader in protecting the fragile high mountain ecosystem of Central Asia. The Trust coordinates global snow leopard conservation efforts by supporting the Snow Leopard Network, its website and listserv, and hosting periodic meetings.
Activities that combat poverty
Community Building, Economic & Social Inequities, Economic Development, Employment & Income Generation, Fair Trade, Microfinance & Income Generation
Activities that protect the environment
Sustainable Agriculture & Farming
Areas of Service
Education & Training, Policy, Public Awareness, Research, Service Delivery, Technical Assistance
Nations of the World
Americas: Washington State, U.S.
Asia: Afghanistan, Bhutan, China, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan