Brighton Chilekeni (He/Him)

CEO , Save African wild dog

Which category below best describes the type of organisation you currently work for/or run?

Charity/Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)

Areas of expertise

Legal & Policy Frameworks Monitoring and evaluation

Would you be willing to be approached and share your lessons learned in your area(s) of expertise with our community?


Would you like to be added to the calendar invitation for our monthly WildHub Socials?


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Jun 08, 2024

Hi Chloe,

Good afternoon,

Hope this massage finds you well.

How can we get in touch?

May 01, 2024
Replying to Adam Barlow

Hi there. Nice to hear about your project - what kind of partnership are you looking for? What do you want to get from a partnership?

The type of partnership that Save African Wild Dog (SAWD) seeks can be categorized as a Strategic Partnership for Sustainable Conservation. This partnership model involves collaboration between SAWD and other stakeholders such as corporations, foundations, non-profit organizations, governmental bodies, and research institutions, with the goal of achieving sustainable conservation outcomes for African wild dogs. 

In this Strategic Partnership for Sustainable Conservation, the emphasis is on long-term impact, mutual benefit, and shared goals. The partners work together to leverage each other's strengths, resources, and expertise to address the challenges facing African wild dog conservation comprehensively. This type of partnership typically includes elements such as:

1. Resource Mobilization
 Partners contribute financial resources, in-kind donations, technical expertise, and other valuable assets to support SAWD's conservation projects.

2. Capacity Building.
 Partners collaborate to enhance the capacity of SAWD in terms of skills development, organizational strengthening, and knowledge sharing to improve conservation outcomes.

3. Joint Advocacy and Outreach.
 Partners work together to raise awareness, advocate for policy changes, and engage stakeholders to promote the conservation of African wild dogs and their habitat.

4. Research and Innovation
 Partners undertake joint research projects, share data, and develop innovative solutions for addressing conservation challenges faced by African wild dogs.

5. Monitoring and Evaluation
 Partners engage in regular monitoring and evaluation activities to assess the impact of conservation efforts, adjust strategies as needed, and ensure the sustainability of conservation initiatives.

By forging Strategic Partnerships for Sustainable Conservation, SAWD aims to create lasting positive impacts on the conservation of African wild dogs, promote biodiversity conservation, and contribute to the preservation of ecosystems for future generations.