Save Our Tigers

Aircel – WWF Tiger Conservation
           Initiatives
Introduction

In association with WWF-India, Aircel has
constituted the Support Initiative Fund (SIF).

Support is provide...
Panna Tiger Reserve

Provided a 4-wheeler and a motorcycle to increase
        mobility of staff, deter poachers.
The vehicles will help oversee the process of re-
             population of Panna.
Simlipal Tiger Reserve
Provided a 4-wheeler vehicle to increase
  patrolling and combat wildlife crime.
Nameri & Pakke Resrves (Assam)

6 country boats provided as mobile camps,
     increasing mobility of the staff.
230 winter jackets provided to increase mobility
        during winters and monsoons.
Sonai Rupai Sanctuary (Assam)

Supported construction of
1 anti-poaching camp



Provided 50 winter jackets
to ensure bett...
Orang National Park (Assam)
Provided 150 winter jackets to help in field
    patrolling in winters and monsoons.
Nameri Tiger Reserve
Combat training provided to help tackle critical
  situations and anti-poaching operations.
Nameri Tiger Reserve
20 field training sessions organized; camera traps set
            up to accurately monitor tigers.
Community Awareness
Coaching camp for 80 students from fringe villages of
     Orang to help avert human-tiger conflicts.
Community Awareness
Awareness camp in Kaziranga for 22 students from
  Orang to train in better wildlife management.
Katerniaghat Sanctuary (UP)

Equipment provided:

  1 speed boat for patrolling Girwa and Kauriala rivers

  2 iron cages ...
Sathyamangalam Sanctuary


10 binoculars and 10 GPS devices provided

Equipment to be used for monitoring of tigers, co-
p...
Thank you for your support.

Please spread the word and join in by participating,
donating and discussing ways to help our...
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Overview of on-ground tiger initiatives activities by Aircel and WWF-India as part of the Save Our Tigers campaign.

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Aircel-WWF Save Our Tigers Initiatives

  1. 1. Save Our Tigers Aircel – WWF Tiger Conservation Initiatives
  2. 2. Introduction In association with WWF-India, Aircel has constituted the Support Initiative Fund (SIF). Support is provided to tiger reserves with infrastructure, equipment and training, education programs for villagers in and around reserves, and other conservation efforts. Following is the overview of the initiatives.
  3. 3. Panna Tiger Reserve Provided a 4-wheeler and a motorcycle to increase mobility of staff, deter poachers.
  4. 4. The vehicles will help oversee the process of re- population of Panna.
  5. 5. Simlipal Tiger Reserve Provided a 4-wheeler vehicle to increase patrolling and combat wildlife crime.
  6. 6. Nameri & Pakke Resrves (Assam) 6 country boats provided as mobile camps, increasing mobility of the staff.
  7. 7. 230 winter jackets provided to increase mobility during winters and monsoons.
  8. 8. Sonai Rupai Sanctuary (Assam) Supported construction of 1 anti-poaching camp Provided 50 winter jackets to ensure better equipped personnel in the field.
  9. 9. Orang National Park (Assam) Provided 150 winter jackets to help in field patrolling in winters and monsoons.
  10. 10. Nameri Tiger Reserve Combat training provided to help tackle critical situations and anti-poaching operations.
  11. 11. Nameri Tiger Reserve 20 field training sessions organized; camera traps set up to accurately monitor tigers.
  12. 12. Community Awareness Coaching camp for 80 students from fringe villages of Orang to help avert human-tiger conflicts.
  13. 13. Community Awareness Awareness camp in Kaziranga for 22 students from Orang to train in better wildlife management.
  14. 14. Katerniaghat Sanctuary (UP) Equipment provided: 1 speed boat for patrolling Girwa and Kauriala rivers 2 iron cages for translocating stray tigers 150 jackets for the frontline staff to help in better patrolling
  15. 15. Sathyamangalam Sanctuary 10 binoculars and 10 GPS devices provided Equipment to be used for monitoring of tigers, co- predators and prey-base in the area Also to ensure active protection from poaching threats
  16. 16. Thank you for your support. Please spread the word and join in by participating, donating and discussing ways to help our tigers. We look forward to your feedback and suggestions on: www.facebook.com/StripeytheCub www.saveourtigers.com/blog www.twitter.com/saveourtigers

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