International Student Fair Africa are working with the Mara Meru Cheetah Project to help protect cheetahs from becoming endangered.

The cheetah population in East and South Africa has dropped a significant 53% since 1970 due to human population increase. This change in population growth has damaged cheetah habitats, created a reduction in prey and food, and caused diseases for this once thriving animal, due to poorly managed tourism.

The Mara Meru Cheetah Project supports the conservation of cheetah habitat, protecting them through scientific research, community involvement and education.

ISFA wishes to support this charity in its efforts to protect the cheetah in East Africa by giving exhibitors the option to donate $5 off their order of the ISFA Fairs. This money will be donated directly to the charity to support and raise awareness of cheetah endangerment.

To find out how you can give money towards the charity, and for details about the ISFA Fair, please click on the booking form.

To find out more information about the Mara Meru Cheetah Project, please follow the link.

Cheetah Family

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