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Education & awareness

VKAP- Kanha TR, November 2016

Last Wilderness Foundation team embarked on a journey to initiate conservation awareness in a forest which not only houses an endangered species like the tiger but is the last wild scape for the Hard Ground Barasingha as well making it a critical habitat to protect.
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VAP- Panna TR, July 2016

Back on the tourism map with a bang, Panna now needs to reconnect with its locals who live in regions surrounding the park in order for them to join the conservation movement. Thus, in order for us to connect with the locals, the LWF team embarked on a journey to the land of diamonds, tigers and people.
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VAP-Bandhavgarh TR, April-May 2016

LWF embarked on the 11th leg of its journey to the forests of Central India to undertake the cause of awareness, understanding, sensitisation, among those who share their space with the tiger.
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VKAP – Bandhavgarh TR, February 2016

This time, us being the students, made us learn and gain insights into the different attitudes, mindsets, maturity and reasoning of the villagers that often goes beyond our myopic thought process
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VKAP – Bandhavgarh TR, Nov-Dec 2015

“They live around the forest; they are children of the forest for all practical reasons and have been for so many years, how new can the learning for both the parties be?” Right? Wrong!
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VKAP – Bandhavgarh TR, March 2015

A programme started in the summer of 2012, the Village Kids’ Awareness Programme conducted by the LWF is in its 8th leg, and yet the learning from the students and the rural side of the wilderness continues.
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VKAP – Bandhavgarh TR, April 2014

The primary objective of the awareness sessions conducted by LWF has been to help enable village communities living in these areas to engage and interact with their surroundings in a manner that is mutually beneficial to both, forests and people.
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VKAP – Bandhavgarh TR, December 2013

The tiger is at the top of the food chain and hence is an indicator species. Through the tiger, nature ensures that there is a balance in the ecosystem. Therefore, the extinction of the tiger will result in the loss of lesser fauna and consequently the forests too.
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LWF celebrates Wildlife Week at BTR

In Umaria, LWF participated in the Wildlife Week celebrations held by the Forest Department and held a screening of The Truth About Tigers for 120 school children.
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VKAP – Bandhavgarh TR, June 2013

When Archana a student living in Rohaniya village told us, “Tiger ki raksha karne se pehle humein apni raksha karna zaroori hai!”, we were indignant. We wondered why they didn’t want to save the tiger and how they expected to survive without it!
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