REACT Introduction

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REACT Introduction

  1. 1. SAVING ROYAL BENGAL TIGERS
  2. 2. 100,000 POPULATION 1800s
  3. 3. 40,000 POPULATION 1900s
  4. 4. 1,400 POPULATION NOW
  5. 5. CAUSES
  6. 6. 1,400 500 1,100 500 500 500
  7. 7. OTHER CAUSES
  8. 8. 3 OF 8 SUBSPECIES
  9. 9. 3 OF 8 SUBSPECIES NOW EXTINCT
  10. 10. PROJECT TIGER 1972
  11. 11. PROBLEMS
  12. 12. ILL-EQUIPPED OVER-WORKED UNDER-STAFFED
  13. 13. LACK OF GOVERNMENT POLICIES, JUDICIAL LAWS OLD LAWS
  14. 14. POLICING TIGER TRADE INTERNATIONAL PRESSURE
  15. 15. PROBLEM 1 CHARITIES CONSTANTLY FACE THE PROBLEM WITH EFFECTIVELY DISTRIBUTING FUNDS RECEIVED. WHERE FUNDS GO TO ARE USUALLY AMBIGUOUS AND THIS LEADS TO CORRUPTION.
  16. 16. PROBLEM 2 CORPORATIONS LOVE TO INJECT THEIR BRAND BEHIND EVERY CAUSE. NO REAL COMMITMENT. NEED A GOOD WAY TO GET DONATIONS FROM THE PEOPLE (THE LONG TAIL).
  17. 17. AWARENESS?
  18. 18. REACT
  19. 19. COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE, COMMUNITY FUND MANAGEMENT ADVERTISING NETWORK- LIKE DONATION DRIVE MODEL

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