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Since our inception, we have conducted many environmental programs to enrich people and protect nature. Also, we have been professionally associated with many corporates & governments and successfully  implemented projects both nationally and globally. 

Community Conservation

Community conservation is the process of developing sustainable communities that are responsible for their own resources.  
It starts with a group of people who have a shared interest in protecting and improving their community, whether it's an entire town or just one park. The conservation of natural spaces by 
local communities is an effective way to conserve wildlife. The presence of people in these areas can actually benefit 
the environment, since they are more likely to protect it from human threats.

Early Education

There are many ways to instill positive values in your child but one highly effective way is through early childhood education programs such as Head Start or Early Head Start. These programs provide comprehensive services to low-income families including medical screenings, immunizations, dental exams, nutrition counseling sessions with parents about healthy eating habits for their kids 
at home; working closely with parents who may have a variety of barriers to employment.

Forest Restoration

In a time where natural disasters are becoming more and more prevalent, it makes sense to take action. One of the best ways to do this is through forest restoration. In fact, there have 
been many cases of countries affected by natural disasters being able to bounce back with help from organizations that focus on reforestation initiatives.

Stop Wildlife Crime

Wildlife crime is one of the most lucrative criminal activities in the world. It is estimated to be worth up to $23 billion 
annually, and it poses a significant threat not only to wildlife populations but also human security. In addition, it has been 
found that terrorist organizations have connections with wildlife traffickers because they use profits from trafficking animals for weapons or funding other crimes such as kidnapping. If we want 
to stop terrorism, we need to target these links between terrorists and traffickers by reducing demand for illegal animal products and strengthening law enforcement efforts around the world.

Marine Conservation

The marine environment is a vital and integral part of the earth's system. The oceans provide more than half of the oxygen we breathe, regulate our climate, and feed us with seafood. They also contain one-third of all life on Earth.  
A recent study found that as much as 73% of fish stocks are overexploited or depleted, which has dire consequences for future generations.  We work with other NGO's to promote Marine conservation efforts help preserve 
these resources for future use by promoting sustainable fisheries management practices such as gear restrictions and monitoring programs, reducing pollution from land-based sources that enter into the ocean through runoff or discharge from wastewater treatment plants.

Environmental Policy

Environmental policy can be either national or international in scope depending on its requirements and application. Governments around the world have created policies regarding their environmental concerns but there is no universal agreement on how best to 
proceed because each country's situation differs depending on factors such as geography, economy and social conditions. By working continuously with the local agencies we gather information and after monitoring the data we send our suggestions regarding policy making to concerned departments.



Protecting the World’s Most Endangered Species

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