Satpuda Maikal Landscape | WWF India

OUR WORK

We are working in villages in the Kanha-Achankarmar, Kanha-Pench and Kanha-Tadoba corridors to reduce the local community’s dependence on forest resources by proving alternate sources of livelihoods and energy needs.

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About sml

Central India is considered to be the heart of India’s wildlife. It is home to some of India’s largest forest tracts, rich wildlife as well as indigenous people who have been living in the forests since time immemorial.

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