WTI was formed in November 1998 in response to the rapidly deteriorating condition of wildlife in India. WTI is a registered charity in India (under Section 12A of the Income Tax Act, 1961).
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|1 Aims |
|2 Approach |
|3 WTI Programmes |
|3.1 Wild Aid |
|3.2 Wild Rescue |
|3.3 Wild Lands |
|3.4 Wild Species |
|3.5 Wild Enforcement & Law |
|3.6 Awareness for Conservation |
|3.7 Communities for Conservation |
|4 NEWS Stories |
|5 See also |
|6 Official website |
▪ The mission of WTI is to conserve nature, especially endangered species and threatened habitats, in partnership with communities and governments
▪ Provide emergency assistance to protect endangered Indian wildlife species, with particular priority to the tiger, the elephant and theIndian rhinoceros.
▪ Catalyse action by the government and by people in general for conservation of wildlife and its habitat.
▪ Provide aid in terms of expertise, finance, equipment etc. to individuals to assist wildlife in times of crisis.
▪ Maintain and boost the morale of wildlife... [continues]
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