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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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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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Capacity Building Training Programme, Panna Tiger Reserve

LWF conducted a training program for Panna’s frontline staff to equip them with necessary skills needed to protect the forest.
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VKAP – Bandhavgarh TR, November 2012

“Aisa dikhta hai kya tiger?” asked Om Prakash Yadav, pointing to the handsome face of a tiger that stared at us from our banner of LWF. Om Prakash Yadav has spent all his life in a village on the periphery of Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve (BTR) and the truth is that he has never seen a tiger nor an image of this beast.
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VKAP – Bandhavgarh TR, June 2012

It is essential to create an understanding among the people living here about the forest, its denizens and its existence (which is so crucial to mankind) so that together with the help of the existing communities we can hope to make a co-existence model between man and animal.
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VKAP – Bandhavgarh TR, April 2012

Before these sessions many of the children thought of tigers as cattle-killers and man-eaters. However, post the sessions, it was heartening to note that they changed their points of view. Having learnt about the tiger and its importance in the ecosystem, they emphasised the need to protect it.
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‘Van Rakshak’ Training Programme at BTR

The ‘Van Rakshak' Training Programme was conducted by LWF in association with the Madhya Pradesh Forest Department at Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve to enhance the knowledge base of the staff of the Forest Department vis-à-vis biodiversity and wildlife of BTR.
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