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1. Involve Local Communities

  • Create Primary Resposne Teams made up of local community volunteers.
  • Awareness programs in schools and communities.
  • Awareness programs in communities on the importance of saving our tigers.

2. Human Animal Conflict

  • Creating a Rapid Response Team with a professional Veterinarian to address any casualties to animals
  • Compensation to the affected family
  • Compensation for cattle
  • Awareness in villagers on how to tackle such situations
  • Providing solar lights to villages
  • Relocation of the animal in conflict

3. Protecting Buffer Zones

  • Relocation of Villages to prevent encroachment of buffer zones.
  • Stopping highway construction through forests.
  • Stopping Illegal mining and Timber trade in Forest Areas which lead to erosion of Forest corridors

4. Modernizing Forest Department

  • Providing raincoats and jackets
  • Providing bicycles
  • Providing basic gears like compass, torch, GPS, Shoes, Bakcpack, First-aid kit, wireless sets, water bottles, etc.
  • Providing Gigital camera, Camera traps, solar integrated system, GPS and wireless systems, etc.

5. Anti-poaching

  • Setting up of a Tiger Protection Force to check poaching.
  • Fill up Forest Guard Vacancies for better control and monitoring over the poaching issue.
  • Equipment provision & Training to Forest Guards to face challenges and tackle poachers.
  • Adequate compensation to villagers to stop revenge killing.

6. Political parties accountable

  • Signature campaigns
  • Making political leaders sign Tiger agenda
  • Assigning some state government funds for Tiger conservation projects
  • Declaring more national parks as Tiger Reserves