We provide Geo-Analytic support to NGOs who need assistance with mapping, analyzing, and modeling data for conservation, preservation, and anti-poaching missions.
Is our primary NGO partner having demonstrated success in enhancing anti-poaching operations in adverse regions of Africa; applies specialized community engagement and ensures humane protocols are adhered to; and provides investigative liaison support to key governmental entities. Chengeta Wildlife has forged partnerships with many NGOs to advance anti-poaching mission operations.
The CWTI provides the geospatial analytic domain of the Chengeta Wildlife strategic framework; and, with and for the partnering NGOs, including: the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Mali Elephant Project, among others.
CWTI Academic & Conservation Research Consortium Collaborators
We are thrilled to announce that CWTI is partnering with The Conservation Project International, a global leader in placing CWT Student Internships studying Conservation Sciences and Criminal Conservation applications. This is a wonderful collaboration that merges efforts to give our students a broad array of areas of opportunities for student internships, research, and career opportunities, worldwide in Conservation Sciences.
Has formed the CWT Working Group Initiative!
CWTI is honored to merge our research & development for all things geospatial (Data, Analysis, Sensor design and raster analysis, and ML/AI and network modeling) with GeoSLU, a leader in advanced geospatial design and applications. The CWT WG embraces collaboration with all Universities involved with geospatial sciences.
Saint Louis University:
The Geospatial Institute (GeoSLU) CWT Working Group
Tysons Research Center, Environmental Studies
The Living Earth Collaborative
University of Kansas:
Intelligence Community Center For Academic Excellence
University of Alabama
Illicit Supply Network Consortium
Criminal Conservation Program
University of Maryland