Our story for a promising future
Wildlife Initiative is a non-profit-making organization established in Mongolia in 2020 for wildlife conservation and research. The Wildlife Initiative’s President Choikhand Janchivlamdan and its Executive Director Claudio Augugliaro, after 10 years of developing the Mongolian grassroots of the NGO Green Initiative, decided to found a new NGO focusing more specifically on wildlife conservation.
During the 10 years of activity, Claudio and Choikhand enjoyed many adventures across Mongolia, traveling thousands of kilometers from the capital city Ulaanbaatar to the western Altai mountains, to the Gobi desert and the Northern forested areas. Ten years filled with great emotions.
Human-wildlife coexistence is a must, and we have to make it happen!
Wildife initiative network
15 collaborations and partnerships with government and non-government organizations across the planet (3 in the US, 6 in Europe, 3 in Asia outside of Mongolia, and 3 in Mongolia).
Wildlife Initiative inherited by Green Initiative a relevant number of projects about research and conservation of the snow leopard, the Pallas’s cat, and other related species. Here a list of the projects currently implemented by the NGO:
Research and Conservation of Elephants and Large Carnivores in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Africa’s big five are some of the continent’s most iconic wild species. However, only a few people are aware that such feelings arise from a specific south-eastern area of Congo: the Upemba National Park!
The NGO operates with the purpose of protecting wildlife by involving the local communities, undertaking conservation measures based on scientific evidence