Need to create inviolate Protected Areas. Resettle villages properly so that there is a win-win situation for tribals as well as wildlife.
Voluntary community participation is the key to protect corridors in the Satpuda Landscape by sustainable long-term conservation.
Win over local villagers through trust-building activities, empower them to improve their livelihoods and thereby enlist them as our partners in conservation.
To conserve wildlife and forests.
Trust-building and capacity-building through education, healthcare and livelihood training programmes.
Assist local communities in resolving local development and livelihood issues.
Work with Forest Department/Tiger Reserve authorities and Government agencies on conservation agenda.