WWF-India and Taj Safari have come together to conserve India’s rich biodiversity and maintain essential ecosystems on which wildlife and people depend.
The forests and wildlife are threatened by encroachment, poaching, human-wildlife conflict, unsustainable harvesting of forest resources, forest fires, mining and industrial development.
For 50 years, WWF-India has worked to
All donations to WWF India are eligible for 50% tax relief under section 80G of the Income Tax Act,1961.
Stop Poaching - the funds gathered will be channelled to enhance the security and enforcement measures to protect the wildlife. These include building the capacity of the Forest Department staff, deploying sniffer dogs, and promoting the use of cutting-edge technology and tools like metal detectors, among others to reduce poaching instances.
Empowering communities through awareness and sustainable livelihood - Local communities are one of the most important stakeholders in helping to protect wildlife. Resources are required to run educational & awareness programmes for communities living around National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries, as well as create additional programmes to strengthen livelihood programmes.
Maintaining healthy habitats -Healthy habitats mean healthy homes for wildlife. The funding goes towards monitoring key parameters to conserve precious forests across different landscapes in India.