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Working since 2004 to protect Indian tigers
Satpuda Landscape Tiger Partnership, also known as Saving India’s Tigers internationally, is now the largest partnership of NGOs working on tiger conservation in India. We were established with the support of the Born Free Foundation. Our approach is unique. We are active against all the primary threats to tigers. Results in our focus area of the Satpuda Range have been positive to date, but we do need to continue with our diverse range of protective programmes and we do need financial help.
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What Drives Us
To help facilitate an interconnected system of wild lands and waters across the Satpuda Landscape, harmonizing the needs of people with those of nature such that both can thrive. To achieve our ambition of Saving India’s Tigers we believe we need to focus our efforts on probably the most significant tiger habitat in India – the Satpuda landscape and create a conducive environment for Living with Tigers for affected villages.
Highlights from 2022-23: SLTP partner The Corbett Foundation’s stall feeding program reaches 71 households of Baherakhar village situated in Kanha Tiger Reserve
The Corbett Foundation’s stall feeding program reached 71 households of Baherakhar village situated in Kanha Tiger Reserve. Through the initiative, 257 adult cattle and buffalos and 55 calves were stall fed during the year. The project helps provide fodder, grown on...
SLTP partner Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) conducts a range of awareness initiatives for the communities living in the Chandrapur district
During the past year, SLTP partner Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) conducted a range of awareness initiatives for the communities residing around Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve along with Bramhapuri, Central Chanda, and Chandrapur forest divisions of the...
Positive feedback shared by the Primary Response of Team Korambi village in Ghodajhari
Positive feedback was shared by the Primary Response Team (PRT) of Korambi village in Ghodajhari which was trained by SLTP partner TRACT as a part of their Tiger Ambassadors program. The team mentioned, "One of our PRT members encountered a tiger near our village. He...
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