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Tigers Worldwide are at a high risk of extinction!

HELP us to SAVE wild TIGERS and ENSURE their WILD FUTURES!

Tigers4Ever is Giving Wild Tigers Wild Futures

Education: We’ve helped 22 Villages & 1580 Children

Anti-Poaching: Tigers4Ever established an anti-poaching team to patrol the buffer forests around Bandhavgarh National Park in July 2015 which has resulted in zero tiger deaths for over 1 year. Tigers4Ever has also provided over 1600 items of vital equipment for Poaching Patrollers Protecting wild Tigers in the core forest.

Waterholes: During 2016 Tigers4Ever will construct permanent wildlife water-holes and erect solar powered borehole pumps at 3 critical locations in wild tiger territory to help provide year round water sources for wildlife and reduce man-animal conflict.

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OUR AIM: To ensure wild tigers will have wild futures

WHAT WE DO:

  1. Provide educational resources to kids living with wild tigers so they can attend school.
  2. Work with local suppliers in tiger communities to ensure they benefit from wild tiger survival.
  3. Provide Buffer Zone Poaching Patrols to protect tigers where 90-95% of poaching/poisoning cases occur.
  4. Reduce man-animal conflict through wildlife water provision, education and community schemes..

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