The first 13 Asiatic Wild Asses (Equus hemionus kulan) reintroduced from the breeding center Ecocenter Jeyran to the 2016 established Complex Landscape Reserve Saigachy (IUCN 1b), Uzbekistan took an essential step for the restoration of wilderness areas towards the achievement of Aichi Targets.

Further resettlement of up to 175 individuals into the newly established desert-protected areas is planned as a next step. Also, the Southern Ustyurt National Park (IUCN II) will receive Asiatic Wild Assess from captivity. The translocation is done based on the Resolution No. 317 of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Until the end of the 19th century, Asiatic Wild Asses were common in Ustyurt, but in the last century, they completely disappeared from the plateau, while the Michael Succow Foundation and a team of Uzbek scientists could rediscover some few individuals in 2012 and the following years. The Southern Ustyurt National Park was established in 2020 with the support of the CADI project.

The Succow Foundation contributed with monitoring data and scientific advice within the CADI project. Also in the Saigachy Reserve MSF provided monitoring guidelines and training to the reserves‘ staff.