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The jaguar is the largest feline in America and third in the world (after the tiger and the lion).

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Generate, implement and promote strategic actions between involved organisms and institutions to contribute to the jaguar’s conservation and its habitat in Mexico.

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To count on a nationwide organism to act as guiding axis in the decision making related to the jaguar’s conservation and its habitat in Mexico.

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Who we are

The "National Alliance for Jaguar Conservation" is a non-governmental organization (NGO) which aims to ensure the survival of the jaguar in Mexico. The effort generated by the Alliance will allow rapid and adequate development of actions for the conservation of the jaguar as a key ecological and cultural species of our country since its disappearance represents an irreversible and invaluable loss to the national heritage.

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WHAT WE DO

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Mission:

Generate, implement and promote strategic actions between involved organisms and institutions to contribute to the jaguar’s conservation and its habitat in Mexico.





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Vision:

To count on a nationwide organism to act as guiding axis in the decision making related to the jaguar’s conservation and its habitat in Mexico.



 

General Objective:

Specific Objetives:

Develop projects and products focused towards the generation of information that contributes to the jaguar’s conservation, its pray and habitat.

Facilitate the fulfillment of the National Strategy for Jaguar Conservation objectives which are directed towards the development of priority actions to contribute to the decision making related to the jaguar’s conservation, its pray and habitat.

Contribute to the development of strategies to establish relationships with organizations to guarantee the jaguar’s conservation, its pray and habitat.

Establish a coordinated work agenda between ecological, political, economic and social instances to guide common efforts towards the jaguar’s conservation, its pray and habitat.

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