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CSR – Need of an hour
Conservation of nature and natural resources requires the integrated approach involving all possible stakeholders and support from the corporate sector is one of the most crucial requirements for any conservation effort to become successful.
Society for Wildlife Conservation, Education and Research (Wild-CER) strongly believe that conservation is a collective responsibility and we need to join hands together to protect and preserve our natural heritage for our own better future. Through collaboration with corporate sector involving national, international and multinational companies with similar philosophy, we can create crucial partnership for sustainability of our environment. Companies with their focus on environment issues and education can collaborate with us through their Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives.
Through the Companies Act, 2013 governed by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, the Government of India has introduced (Corporate Social Responsibility) CSR as a mandatory provision by imposing statutory obligation on Companies to take up CSR projects towards social welfare activities. We firmly believe that CSR Initiatives with emphasis on environmental sustainability will drive the nation towards achievement of the sustainable developmental goals and public-private partnership in transforming India.
Why partner with Wild-CER?
Wild-CER is a registered non-profit conservation organization based at Nagpur. Our credibility has been acknowledged by various institutions across India
- Registered under the Society Registration Act, 1860 (MH 269/12 Ngp) and Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950 (Registration No. F-29955)
- Completed all the formalities including independent audit of the society
- Registered with the Income tax department of Government of India under section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
- Registered with NITI Aayog, Government of India (Registration ID: MH/2021/3546)
- Awarded Transparency Key from GuideStar India
- Species conservation including tigers, vultures and other endangered species in the Central Indian landscape
- Conservation education to the students, faculties, veterinarians, frontline staff of the forest department
- Capacity building of the veterinarians, wildlife lovers, citizens, frontline staff of the forest department and law enforcement agencies.
- Facilitating wildlife investigation through forensic techniques
- Facilitating species conservation planning involving several stakeholders
- Research on wildlife disease ecology
- Wildlife health surveillance and disease screening
- Rescue and rehabilitation of the wild animals
- Chemical restraining of wild fauna
- Assisting in postmortem of wild animals
- Conservation translocations involving tiger, bear, deer and many other species
- Promoting In situ and Ex situ conservation
Wild-CER is mainly functional in Central Indian landscape and works at several wildlife sanctuaries, national parks and tiger reserves in this landscape. This includes Pench Tiger Reserve, Bor Tiger Reserve, Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, Melghat Tiger Reserve and Navegaon-Nagzira Tiger Reserve etc.
However, we also work in several states on consultation as per the conservation priority and it includes Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Asam.
Journey so far
Wild-CER could host the Nagpur Bird Race an annual event for sensitizing and educating the nature and bird lover community with the consistent support from HSBC and Yuhina Ecomedia consecutively for 5 years.
Collaboration with several corporate institutions has resulted in effective conservation inputs during our journey. With the help of Dr. Reddy’s laboratory we could complete the avifauna survey in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
With technical inputs from Wild-CER and unconditional support from Rajpath Infracon Pvt. Ltd has resulted in the plantation of 60,000 trees along the roadside in Satara district in Maharashtra.
Support from Grind master, CARPE and PRF has allowed us to train 300 frontline staff of the forest department of Maharashtra for conducting the wildlife investigations using forensic techniques.
Future plans where you can support us
- Establishment of the Rapid Response Team to deal wildlife emergencies
- Establishment of the wildlife training and research institute
- Capacity building of the 10,000 frontline staff of the forest department for conducting wildlife investigation using forensic techniques
- Capacity building of 5000 veterinarians for rescue and rehabilitation, chemical restraining and postmortem techniques
- Species conservation planning for endangered species from the Central Indian landscape
- Tiger conservation through corridor development
Its mutually beneficial
Wild-CER is committed to adding green value to your organization through customized partnerships and communicating the results of our association through reports, our newsletter, website and social media.
Wild-CER is obliged to all its past and present CSR and other conservation partners for their support and belief in team Wild-CER.
What you need to do?
You can partner with us by donating to our corpus or by supporting one or more of our initiatives. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +91 9975680375 for further process. Our team will be happy to have you onboard.
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