Strengthening On-ground Protection in the Satpura Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh

WCT and the H.T. Parekh Foundation have partnered to support frontline forest staff in the Satpura Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh. Named after the Satpura Hills, this 2133 sq.km. tiger reserve is home to approximately 45 tigers. Its undulating landscape forms the catchment area of the Narmada River, making it crucial to the water security of the region.

Under the project, WCT and the H.T. Parekh Foundation will conduct intensive training programmes for frontline forest staff on wildlife crime prevention, patrolling strategy and wildlife law. Alongside, we will work with the forest department to assess gaps in the protection mechanisms of Satpura and work towards addressing them.

Ways of Giving

Adopt a Protected Area
Enable us to carry out our activities in a protected area.
Your CSR Focus
Let us help you meet your CSR requirements.
Donate to our Corpus
Donate towards the existence and sustenance of WCT.
 

To discuss a partnership with WCT, please contact
Rushikesh Chavan on

Ways of Giving

Adopt a Protected Area
Enable us to carry out our activities in a protected area.
Your CSR Focus
Let us help you meet your CSR requirements.
Donate to our Corpus
Donate towards the existence and sustenance of WCT.
 

To discuss a partnership with WCT, please contact
Swati Hingorani on