The Wildlife Trust of India, (WTI) is a non profit conservation organisation based in New Delhi, India. Its principal concerns are crisis management to prevent destruction of India's wildlife and the provision of quick, efficient aid to those areas that require it the most. In the longer term it hopes to achieve, through proactive reforms, an atmosphere conducive to conserving India's wildlife and its habitat.
WTI was formed in November 1998 in response to the rapidly deteriorating condition of wildlife in India. WTI is a registered charity in India (under Section 12A of the Income Tax Act, 1961).
The mission of WTI is to conserve nature, especially endangered species and threatened habitats, in partnership with communities and governments
Provide emergency assistance to protect endangered Indian wildlife species, with particular priority to the tiger, the elephant and the Indian rhinoceros.
Catalyse action by the government and by people in general for conservation of wildlife and its habitat.
Provide aid in terms of expertise, finance, equipment etc. to individuals to assist wildlife in times of crisis.
Maintain and boost the morale of wildlife protection staff in the field by equipping them to discharge their responsibilities more effectively.
Support research programmes, field action projects, and other activities that encourage proactive action for conservation of wildlife and wild habitats.
Produce and disseminate public awareness material and......