Projects

Project Owner:

The Government of India

When the Indo-Bangladesh border in Assam is sealed completely by next year an exception could, however, be made for elephants to pass through with the help of jumbo-sized gates.
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International Elephant Foundation

Integrating Human Elephant Coexistence endeavors through street plays in Hosur Forest Division of Tamil Nadu, India Human elephant conflict (HEC) has become a perennial problem in most of the elephant range areas in India. Elephants are leaving the forests and causing enormous damage to life and property of the people living in and around forests.
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International Elephant Foundation

The Garo Hills Elephant Reserve, created in 2001, has never developed an intergrated conservation action plan for elephants despite the fact that both elephant numbers and habitat have been in continous decline for the past twenty-five years.

This project will assist the Meghalaya Forest Department consolidate existing census and research information on elephants in the Garo Hills through consultation with stakeholders, identify conservation needs and knowledge gaps, and produce a Conservation Action Plan for Garo Hills Elephant Reserve.

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Asian Elephant Support

In Southern India, in the state of Karnataka, a majority of the of the Forest Department camp mahouts have been working with elephants for generations, but are rarely exposed to current information about elephants and elephant management. Due mainly to human-elephant conflict, new elephants are arriving at the camps from various parts of the State.
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Wildlife Protection Society of India (WPSI)

Since 1987, large numbers of elephants from Dalma Hills, in East Singbhum district of Jharkhand, have been entering the densely populated districts of Midnapore and Bankura in West Bengal. Predictably, this has resulted in human-elephant conflict of enormous proportion.
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World Land Trust (WLT)

World Land Trust (WLT) is working with Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) in an urgent bid to save Indian Elephants from extinction by safeguarding their traditional migration routes. The Elephant Corridor Appeal aims to raise £750,000 to extend and protect Mudahalli Corridor, where the Eastern and Western Ghats meet in southern India
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