Wildlife SOS is responsible for taking action against animal cruelty, rescuing wildlife in distress, working to resolve man-animal conflicts while promoting & educating the public for habitat protection
Work and Achievements
Wildlife SOS is a wildlife rescue and conservation NGO with its headquarters in New Delhi, India. Wildlife SOS operates several wildlife rehabilitation facilities across India, including the world’s largest Sloth Bear Rescue Centre in Agra and two Elephant Care Centres, with 23 rescued elephants under their care. In 2002, we launched a tribal rehabilitation project that aims to create alternative livelihoods for poachers and other indigenous communities that used to depend on wildlife for a livelihood. Additionally, we run a leopard Rescue Centre in Maharashtra, a 24 hour Wildlife Rescue Helpline in New Delhi, Agra & Vadodara and an anti-poaching wildlife crime enforcement unit. Wildlife SOS is committed to working with communities who depend on wildlife for sustenance and providing them alternative and sustainable livelihoods as that is the key to sustainable conservation. Wildlife SOS also emphasizes the value of ex-situ research in veterinary areas, behavioural studies, reproductive physiology and other fields in collaboration with national and international universities and organisations.
Fund Utilisation Statement
These funds will help support the welfare, medical care and rehabilitation services of our rescued animals.