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PROJECTS
Breadth Projects
The Breadth Projects are those that address specific conservation issues that may not be limited in time and space in the country. These projects most often than not address only one of WTI’s priorities. These include capacity building of frontline staff, prevention of wild animal (particularly elephant) death due to train hits, Rapid Action Project aid to grassroots NGOs and individuals among others.

National Elephant Corridor Project
Rapid Action Project owes its genesis to the realisation that wildlife in India was threatened by innumerable emergencies that required urgent response. Through Rapid Action Projects, WTI attempts to negate the threat or helps animals in crisis and distress, be in in floods, forest fires, or disease epidemics or human development.
Lead by : Rupa Gandhi Chaudhary
Animal Action Education is the largest animal-focused educational activity in the world and draws participation of millions of children world wide. Organised in 18 countries including India, dive into the world of animals as the various packs teach you all you need to know about from elephants and tigers to cats and dogs!
International Policy & Treaties
Wildlife Trade Control Project
Van Rakshak project popularly known as the ‘guardians of the wild project’ was initiated in 2001 to minimize wildlife crime by strengthening and aiding wildlife protectors all over India and also looking after them.
Lead by : Dr NVK Ashraf
The Emergency Relief Network (ERN) is an initiative of the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), partnered by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), to bring on one common platform, the rehabilitators working for India’s wildlife.
Sarus Crane Conservation Project
Sarus Crane Conservation Project
Nagaland Conservation Project
Nagaland Conservation Project
GIS Cell
GIS Cell
There are conservation needs which may arise and could be of importance to the institution but may not fit into the RAP mandate or into any other divisions of WTI. In such cases grants may be given to support such emergencies at the discretion of the Executive Director. In the past EDDGs have been given out in support of conservation surveys, awareness generation, creating conducive conditions for species survival, human-animal conflict mitigation etc. EDDG grant has an upper limit of Rs1000000
Awareness for Conservation-Communications
Awareness for Conservation-Communications
Mobile Veterinary Service Similipal Biosphere Reserve
Mobile Veterinary Service Similipal Biosphere Reserve
Delhi Airport Nilgai Translocation
Delhi Airport Nilgai Translocation
Mobile Veterinary Service Bandipur Tiger Reserve
Mobile Veterinary Service Bandipur Tiger Reserve
Mangrove Conservation: Kerala
Mangrove Conservation: Kerala
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