Greater knowledge about the Andean cat has allowed the members of AGA to re-assess the conservation status of the species in each country and propose actions for the development of conservation. AGA has promoted cross-border cooperation in areas where there are Andean cat populations, as these regions share similar problems and threats to the species and their ecosystems. These efforts include multinational projects such as the Transfrontier Conservation of Andean Cat Project developed in the triple border between Argentina, Bolivia, and Chile. At the regional level it has facilitated and supported the creation of new protected areas in Peru, Argentina, and Chile.

Currently AGA is focusing its actions on promoting community participation in conservation of the Andean cat and its habitat. We do this by supporting local communities and other institutions in the development of economic activities that are compatible with conservation and improving practices in raising livestock in order to minimize the impact on Andean cat habitat.