This site is part of a network for falconers, trappers, veteriarians, land managers and local communities across Asia and North Africa. The multilingual hub carries much information on wild and trained sakers, their breeding, migration, health and the results of a survey during 2016 and 2017 of those whose passion and livelihoods involve the Saker Falcon. The network is in Arabic, English, Farsi, French, Hindi, Mandarin, Mongolian, Pashto, Russian and Urdu, thanks to the efforts of Aamir Khan, Akanksha Singh, Dashka Tserendeleg, Farooq Khan, Julian Mühle, Kamran Khan, Omar Ahmad, Reza Kiamarzy, Sara Ichinkhorloo, Tetiana Gardashuk, Véronique Blontrock & Zhenwei Mann.
The hub is linked to satellites run by stakeholders, eventually for each language, as one of several networked assemblies of satellites and hubs run by IUCN-SUME. This site is also a resource for those wishing for links to Saker project information, to partners in this project and to reports and scientific articles on the Saker Falcon, including a bibliography of 844 papers. There is also a 2-page factsheet that gives a useful overview of the SakerGAP.