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Maintain and Restore Habitat Connectivity and Reduce Human-Animal Conflict in the North Bank Landscape
Grantee Name: 
World Wide Fund for Nature - India
HOTSPOT
Himalaya
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$57,308
DATES
Feb 2008
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Jun 2010
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Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Himalaya
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$57,308
DATES
Feb 2008
-
Jun 2010

Secure linkages across the Tipi-Dedjling and Bornadi-Khalingduar corridors in the North Bank Landscape for elephant movement to conserve elephant, tiger and rhino. Mitigate human-wildlife conflict in these corridors that are critical passageways for elephants. Conduct studies on community dynamics, land use and elephant movements. Develop a conservation action plan based on the studies and in consultation with stakeholders.

Strategic Direction: 1 Build on existing landscape conservation initiatives to maintain and restore connectivity and to protect wide-ranging threatened species in priority corridors with a particular emphasis on the Bhutan Biological Conservat