To protect Indian Wildlife, conserve habitat, and create alternative and sustainable livelihoods for communities dependent on wildlife.
Work and Achievements
Wildlife SOS is an international organisation working since 1995 to protect India’s wildlife, conserving habitat and biodiversity, conducting research and creating alternative and sustainable livelihoods for erstwhile communities or those dependent on wildlife for sustenance. Through our work, we build knowledge and understanding about wildlife conservation and help develop skills and values in people to motivate them to care for our vast wildlife, some vulnerable species on the verge of extinction.
Till date we have rescued and treated: 700+ Bears, 30+ Asian elephants, 90+ Leopards.
Approx. 1200 wild animals treated across the centres every year.
Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation:
- World’s largest sloth bear rescue facility
- Successful end of the “Dancing Bears” tradition in India
- Run India’s first Elephant Hospital in Mathura
- We look after 10 animal rescue and rehabilitation centres across India for sloth bears, elephants, leopards and other wild animals.
Tribal rehabilitation Program:
- Over 3000 families have become economically self-sufficient through the Kalandar community rehabilitation program.
Human-wildlife conflict mitigation:
- 24X7 wildlife helpline (Rapid Response Unit) for over two decades - Delhi NCT, Agra and Vadodara
Wildlife conservation and outreach:
- We work in both rural and urban communities to educate people about the surrounding environment and the animals through various outreach programs.
Fund Utilisation Statement
The funds raised by Wildlife SOS will be utilized towards rescue, care and rehabilitation of wild animals across India.