Constructing a Frame For a Solar Powered Waterhole Forest Fires in Bandhavgarh Tiger with face blackened by smoke from the fires The Drought Season Impacts Wildlife Water Quickly

Tigers4Ever

Org #38968
Vetted since 2017 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
2010
year founded
$54,592
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
3
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Tigers4Ever's mission is to Give wild Tigers a wild Future. We do this by halting the decline of wild tiger populations by helping people living on the periphery of tiger territories, equipping forest patrols, providing anti-poaching patrols and providing permanent solutions to water scarcity for wildlife. All projects are geared towards protecting wild tigers in their natural habitat in India. We work with local communities & the Forest Department to build a future where people live in harmony with and have an enhanced understanding of tigers.

Project Leaders
Corinne Taylor-Smith
Corinne Taylor-Smith
David Taylor-Smith
David Taylor-Smith
Organization Information
43 Ranworth Drive
Lowton
Warrington, WA3 2SY
United Kingdom
+44 (0)7706951927
Organization Information
43 Ranworth Drive
Lowton
Warrington, WA3 2SY
United Kingdom
+44 (0)7706951927

Project Reports

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Apr 21, 2021
Repairs Done but the Elephants Strike Again
Just two months ago we asked for your help wild elephants compounded the impact of the drought season by damaging two of our solar-powered borehole pump systems which provide year-round water for wild...
Apr 19, 2021
Droughts, Fires and Elephants
Sometimes we wonder whether the droughts which are getting longer and harder for the wildlife of Bandhavgarh are wholly down to climate change or whether something else is in the mix. We wrote our...
Mar 10, 2021
The Drought Season is Back
Just over a month ago we received a stark reminder of just how essential our permanent wildlife waterholes are when wild elephants damaged the solar pump systems at two locations rendering the pump...
 
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