• To build a strong network of trained and empowered forest staff, effective legal infrastructure that provides long term support for tiger conservation in national parks and an increased pool of human resources to combat emerging threats and challenges for the long term survival of wild tigers.

  • To create awareness among young masses, villagers, urban population, and all stake holders for protecting the wild animals and its habitat through inter and intra community activities.

  • To spread the message of save the tiger save the forest globally by involving international student community by process of interaction with Indian students through joint efforts of various universities and schools on regular annual basis

  • To strengthen the Capacity Building Programmes of the forest department across the country by introducing village community activities through health programmes and all other incidental activities.

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"The more helpless the victim, the greater the crime!"

- Dr. Gerald Curtler

Our Objectives