Lights for life-food to live 2017 Chapanala background An explanation of the underlying problems in Karbi-Anglong landscape. Chapanala in Assam was chosen for NWA’s first large scale Human Elephant Mitigation effort in Assam/India in collaboration with Green Guard Nature Organization (GGNO) and Assam Forest Department. Every year, during paddy harvest season in November, huge herds…Details
Lights for life-food to live first week update
Light distribution to 500 villagers from a total of 54 villages
Visiting Habitat improvement site in the mountains
Training villagers in habitat restoration and soft HEC mitigation
Real life soft HEC mitigation
HEC Mitigation Guidelines To minimize the risks involved with HEC mitigation please always consider these details before taking action! Know the number of elephants involved Know the location of the elephants involved Know the area, use a map or draw one Make a plan; everybody needs to know his duty Remove all people that…Details
What is NWA QUICK ID and SOFT HEC mitigation training? Nature & Wildlife Association has developed NWA QUICK ID and SOFT HEC mitigation training. NWA QUICK ID and SOFT HEC mitigation involves all stakeholders; forestry officials, local villagers and volunteers will be trained. is taught, so all stake holders will be able to identify individual elephants, their character and their habits.…Details
Lights for life – Food to live 2017 project area facts Nature&Wildlife Association, Green Guard Nature Organization and the Assam Forest Department will conduct Lights for life – Food to live 2017 in Chapanalla /Assam during October and November 2017. The aim is to significantly reduce HEC impact on the local communities. A total of…Details
Invitation to Lights for life-Food to live habitat restoration.
We would like to invite anybody who is interested and in the area, to attend our first big Habitat restoration program In Chapanalla/Assam, India
On Sunday 5th of November.