Animals
 India
Project #9024

Conserve bats in International year of bats, India

by Chevaliar J.L.P. Roche Victoria K.S.G. Memorial Trust Society
Vetted
Jun 1, 2012

AWARENESS OF BATS PROTECTION TO THE SHG MEMBERS

Awareness camp at Nandagopalapuram
Awareness camp at Nandagopalapuram

PROJECT TITLE:

CONSERVE BATS IN INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF BATS, INDIA (9024)

 

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE THROUGH:

GLOBAL GIVING – ONLINE DONATION

 

REPORT TITLE: AWARENESS OF BATS PROTECTION TO THE SHG MEMBERS

 

REPORT PERIOD: 17.03.12 to 31.05.12 

 

 

AWARENESS OF BATS PROTECTION TO THE SHG MEMBERS

 

As the bats species are destroying day by day, we need to create awareness among the people where these species are abundantly found. For this purpose we convened the meeting at two places as follows

 

Date                                        :           14.05.12

Place                                        :           Nandagopalapuram

No. of Participants                  :           23

Name of the Trainer                :           Mrs. Banumathi

 

Date                                        :           23.05.12

Place                                        :           Sottaiyanthoppu

No. of Participants                  :           19

Name of the Trainer                :           Mrs. Mary

 

 

We chose two SHG groups from each area. Our aim is not only to make awareness among SHG members but also to encourage them to take actions to protect and preserve the destroying bats species. On 14.05.12 from 2 SHG groups 23 women participated in the training programme at Nandagopalapuram. It was emphasized in these two meetings that it is our bounden duty that we must protect the bats species and they are destroyed by the super station about bats would be a remedy for Asthmatic patients. Also some people think that bats have many medicinal effects. Because of this reason also Bats are disintegrated. If these species are destroyed in these manners these species would be vanished fully. This was emphasized clear. This programme was very fine because all the members with the determination to protect the bat species from their destruction and on 23.05.12 at Sottaiyan Thoppu in 19 members from 2 SHG groups of Sottaiyanthoppu. Mrs. Banumathy and               Mrs. Mary respectively offered the awareness training to the participants.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Awareness camp at Nandagopalapuram

2. Awareness camp at Sottaiyanthoppu

Awareness camp at Sottaiyanthoppu
Awareness camp at Sottaiyanthoppu
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Organization Information

Chevaliar J.L.P. Roche Victoria K.S.G. Memorial Trust Society

Location: Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu - India
Website: http:/​/​www.chevaliar.org.in
Project Leader:
James Tagore Derose
Tuticorin, India

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