African Parks

African Parks is a non-profit conservation organization that takes on direct responsibility for the rehabilitation and long-term management of protected areas in partnership with governments and local communities. Sites of high importance for antelope conservation under AP management include Chinko Conservation Area (Central African Republic), Pendjari N.P. (Benin), Garamba (DRC), Liuwa Plains (Zambia), and Akagera (Rwanda).

Conservation Centers for Species Survival (C2S2)

C2S2 provides leadership in studying and creating self-sustaining, secure populations ex situ and in situ of endangered species. Antelope programmes include Scimitar-horned Oryx, Addax, Dama Gazelle, and Sable Antelope.

Derbianus Conservation

Based in Prague, Czech Republic, it is dedicated to the conservation of Derby eland, as well as other antelope species of  West African savanna. DC has engaged in along programme of cooperation and research in Senegal on the western Derby Eland

Estacion Experimental de Zonas Aridas (EEZA)

EEZA is based in Almeria and forms part of the Instituto del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científica, Spain’s scientific research institute. EEZA plays a prominent role in the conservation of North African antelopes, with programmes in Tunisia, Algeria, Senegal, and Mauretania,

Hirola Conservation Programme

HCP is an indigenous, non-profit organization based in Garissa county, Kenya. It is primarily dedicated to conserving the Hirola through community conservation, education, and garnering international support. Programmes include habitat restoration and anti-poaching as well as education and local engagement.


A French NGO whose mission is to conserve and restore biodiversity. Noé has delegated responsibility for management of Termit Tin Toumma National Nature Reserve in Niger, one of the most important sites in the Sahara and Sahel, and which harbors important populations of Dama Gazelle and Addax. Parcs de Noé also manages Zah Soo N.P. in Chad and Conkouati-Douli N.P. in Republic of Congo, which also contain important antelope populations.

Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT)

NRT is a membership organisation owned led by the 43 community conservancies it works with in northern and coastal Kenya. NRT’s conservation programmes include Hirola and Beisa oryx.

Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS)

RZSS is an Edinburgh-based charity with a broad conservation agenda. Its WildGenes lab is among the global leaders in conservation genetics, and has played a key role in reintroduction and reinforcement of Scimitar-horned Oryx, Addax, and Dama Gazelle.  RZSS has collaborated with ASG on strategic planning for Dama Gazelle, Cuvier’s Gazelle, and Slender-Horned Gazelle.

Sahara Conservation

SC exists to conserve the wildlife of the Sahara and bordering Sahelian grasslands. A major focus of attention is the reintroduction of Scimitar-horned Oryx and addax, and conservation of Dama Gazelle in Ouadi Rimé-Ouadi Achim Faunal Reserve in Chad. SC also facilitates the annual meetings of the Sahelo-Saharan Interest Group, an umbrella organisation for all those concerned with the biodiversity of that region.

Saiga Conservation Alliance

The Saiga Conservation Alliance works across the saiga’s range in Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Russia and Uzbekistan as well as in consumer countries such as China, to secure its future.


White Oak Conservation

White Oak is based at Yulee, Florida, and is a scientific, education, and conservation breeding centre, focused on saving and recovering populations of rare species. It holds important breeding populations of Mountain Bongo, Dama Gazelle, Giant Eland, and others. White Oak has been a long-term partner of ASG, and supported the Gnusletter editorial office 2007-2020.

Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)

WCS’s goal is to conserve biodiversity in 14 priority regions. Important landscapes for antelopes where they work include: the Sudd and Boma-Badingilo landscapes in South Sudan, the Bénoué-Faro-Bouba Ndjida ecosystem in Cameroon, and the Daurian steppes of eastern Mongolia, which is host to more than one million Mongolian Gazelles.