Permanent wildlife waterholes are essential to prevent future tiger-tiger and human-animal conflict, which arise from increased wild tiger numbers
With the strange monsoon and its impact on the rural community, our anti-poaching patrollers are on high alert as encroachment and poaching increase again.
For every £1400 (US$2000) we raise, we aim to send 450 children living with wild tigers to school. We try to distribute this equally across the 3 age groups.
Rainwater harvesting has proved beneficial in farming across India and Tigers4Ever has committed to making a difference for wild tigers using this technology
Our quadrupled patrolling, which enables us to protect an extra 1000 km (624 miles) per month of wild tiger territory, is vital right now.
Right now our focus is on providing permanent water for the wild animals to mitigate the impact of drought and reduce the risk of human-wildlife conflict.
Our patrols have needed to be on high alert throughout the last three years as wild tiger poaching increased across India.
We look forward to a long partnership and will keep you updated with news of how Tiger Chi is helping Tigers4Ever to give wild tigers a wild future
Jack is 7 years old. He loves to draw and animate. Jack loves to create hand drawn characters and bring them to life. Jack also loves wild Tigers.
For some children, our help has arrived too late, they have already reached 14 years old and thus no longer qualify for free state driven education.
Your donation can be the difference between life and death for a wild tiger, as it helps to increase our patrolling when it is most needed.
Our team in India has been extremely busy since our last report bringing the total number of Tigers4Ever permanent waterholes for wild tigers to eleven.