Our Supporters

We depend on donor funding to provide you with free software and to support projects in the field with indigenous trackers.

 We would like to thank:

 

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Vulcan Inc. and the SMART Partnership for funding the integration of CyberTracker software with the SMART Conservation Software. Current SMART Partnership members include: Frankfurt Zoological Society, Global Wildlife Conservation, North Carolina Zoo, Panthera, Peace Parks Foundation, Wildlife Conservation Society, Wildlife Protection Solutions, World Wildlife Fund, and Zoological Society of London.

 

Frederick-Mulder-Foundation

The Frederick Mulder Foundation for funding our Kalahari San Master Tracker Programme in Namibia and Botswana.

 

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The National Science Foundation, USA, for funding the integration of the CyberTracker software with the CitSci.org online software for citizen science.

 

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The Hans Hoheisen Charitable Trust for funding the Khomani San Tracker Project in South Africa. 

 

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The JRS Biodiversity Foundation for making it possible to upgrade the CyberTracker Software for Android Smartphones.

 

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From 2002 to 2007 we received substantial support from the European Commission

 

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Conservation International (CI)

 

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Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

 

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UNESCO