Our Projects in South Asia

With over ten years of success mitigating human-wildlife conflict, we're leading projects in South Asia to provide local communities with the tools to live safely alongside species such as tigers and elephants.

We work to protect key habitats harbouring threatened species, empowering local communities to take the lead in their protection.

Asia is the world’s largest continent and the rapid human population and development growth on this continent is the predominant threat to biodiversity. Habitat loss and increasing human-wildlife conflict are two of the main conservation problems which must be addressed in this region to protect its rare and diverse species and habitats. 

We are currently working in three countries across South Asia - India, Nepal and China - where our work protects some of the most iconic species on the planet, to the lesser-known, critically endangered species such as the blue-crowned laughingthrush.

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