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ANIMAL ACTION EDUCATION (AAE)

An international education initiative started by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and conducted in India by WTI, AAE aims to educate, sensitise, raise awareness and generate interest in animal welfare and conservation issues, particularly amongst young people. Read more »

TERAI TIGER PROJECT

A multi-pronged approach to mitigating conflict between humans and big cat species in and around Dudhwa and Pilibhit Tiger Reserves, including the promotion of community participation in conflict mitigation. Read more »

SARUS CRANE CONSERVATION PROJECT

That the sarus crane is able to dance for joy in the agricultural flatlands of eastern Uttar Pradesh is thanks in no small measure to the Sarus Crane Conservation Project, run across 10 districts of the state by WTI in collaboration with Tata Trusts and with support from the UP Forest Department. Read more »

RAPID ACTION PROJECTS

The concept of a Rapid Action Project – one of WTI’s oldest initiatives – owes its genesis to the realisation that wildlife in India is plagued by innumerable threats that require an immediate response. Be they human-induced or natural, such threats, if not addressed in time, can have a disastrous effect on the country’s natural heritage. Read more »

PAKKE CONSERVATION PROJECT

Started under this umbrella project, the Centre for Bear Rehabilitation and Conservation (CBRC) is the first specialised rehabilitation centre for Asiatic black bears in India. Read more »