Wildlife Health & Ecosystems Conservation

Empowering Scientists & Veterinarians: Capacity Building for Wildlife Health & Ecosystem Conservation

Luiza Laffitte®

You are part for the change

Rooted in Africa, Wild Spirit Fund is a distinguished non-profit foundation governed by an international consortium of wildlife professionals, accomplished scientists, and experienced veterinarians. Our foundation is firmly anchored in wildlife conservation and One Health principles.

Your support is pivotal in empowering wildlife veterinarians and experts at the forefront of wildlife conservation efforts.

Priority aid projects

These projects demand urgent support. Your presence matters! Join us in making a difference for a better future. Thank you for being here!

Gabon, Africa.

Prevention of infectious risk diseases affecting great apes and humans. Protection of its natural ecosystem through sustainable development and professional training.

Tanzania, Africa.

Coexistence with wildlife. Education, health and food in our Masai school bordering Serengeti NP.

DRC, Africa.

Veterinary clinic equipment in chimpanzee rescue center.

South Africa, Africa.

Veterinary and management measures that join to anti-poaching efforts.

Gabon, Africa.

Monitoring and protection measures of marine turtles population and health.


Veterinary daily work saving endangered species. Global wildlife veterinarian training. One Health Studies and Conservation Medicine.

Areas we are currently working at:

Wildlife Health & Conservation Scientific Projects

Wildlife Veterinary
Capacity Building

Human-Wildlife Coexistence

Endangered Species

Changing the anthropogenic impact into a positive footprint

2022 Achievements

Wildlife Conservation and Health.

Education, Coexistence with wildlife, Gender equality & Job creation.

Social and Ecological Awareness.

Institutional Collaboration

Support Us

We reject the belief that destruction prevails over protection. Wildlife experts need your support to succeed. By doing nothing, species face extinction. Act now, together we make a difference.

Articles of interest

SunTech Vet 30 for Wildlife

SunTech Vet 30 for Wildlife By Dr Fabiola Quesada Veterinarian Co-Founder & Executive Director Wild Spirit Fund CEO Wild Spirit We want to share our most sincere gratitude to SunTech Medical USA for their generosity in donating a brand new SunTech Vet 30 to…

Cheetahs: A genetically resilient species?

Conservation status The cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus), the only representative species of its genus, is currently listed as “Vulnerable” by the IUCN Red List. Different stochastic processes as well as anthropological causes such as…

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