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Wildlife and Forest Conservation Trust of India

Bareilly, India
Joined March 2021

The Wildlife and Forest Conservation Trust of India (WFCTI) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) operating to conserve India's threatened and endangered wildlife, habitat, and natural resources.

Presence in: India
Focus: Education, Environmental Justice, Land & Natural Resources, Other

The organization’s overall goal is to promote and execute advanced and multidisciplinary research among conservation programs covering the most pressing aspects of wildlife conservation and sustainable use of natural resources viz., habitat and species ecology; wildlife health, forensics, crime, capture, and rehabilitation; conservation education, and other management strategies.

WFCTI also complements and provides support and assistance to the State Forest Departments, Local NGO’s, Conservationists and Management Authorities of Protected Areas in helping them on Wildlife Monitoring and other Management aspects.

People Associated With This Organization

Virat Singh Tomar

India  
Wildlife and Forest Conservation Trust...
Joined March 2021
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Education, Land & Natural Resources, Other
My attention lies in research and community based wildlife conservation, human wildlife conflict, rural development, ecosystem services, environment and climate change, and wetland conservation with core values of sustainability. I look forward to learning new approaches to the governance system, monitoring and evaluation of programs, capacity building, and towards social upliftment.
Being a part of this network, I look forward to exchanging and enhance my knowledge on Community Rights and Environmental Justice.
Virat Singh Tomar is the network champion (main point of contact) for Wildlife and Forest Conservation Trust of India.

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