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National Mission on Himalayan Studies

Implemented by the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (MoEF&CC)
Nodal and Serving hub with G.B. Pant National Institute of Himalayan Environment & Sustainable Development

State Govt. Project(SGP) Title:

Dispersal, Communication and Conservation Strategies for Tiger (Panthera tigris


tigris) in Kumaon Himalayas of Uttarakhand, India

1. SGP Details
Sanction Date: 26-02-2018
SGP Category MG
Year 2017-2018
SGP Duration 3 Years
BTGs: Biodiversity Conservation & Management
SGP Site/ State/ Districts/ Villages Covered: Western Circle , Haldwani
Organization/ Implementation Agency: Haldwani Zoo Safari, Uttarakhand Forest Dept
SGP Partners: S.No. Name Roles & Responsibilities
Wildlife Institute of India (WII), Dehradun Not Specified
Lead Proponent:


Haldwani Zoo & Conservator of Forests, Western Circle, Haldwani Uttarakhand

SGP Brief Description:

To be filled

Beneficiaries/ Stakeholders: Not Specified
Activity Chart (For 3years) Click Here

2. Financial Details
Total Grants (in Rs.) Rs.2,76,10,880/- (Rupees Two Crore Seventy Six Lakh Ten Thousand Eight Hundred Eighty only)
1st Installment (in Rs.) : Rs. 1,55,32,350/- (Rupees One Crore Fifty Five Lakh Thirty Two Thousand Three Hundred Fifty only)

3. State Govt. Project Objectives, Deliverables and Monitoring Indicators
Project Objectives Quantifiable Deliverables Monitoring Indicators

• Delineate possible corridors linking the Tiger Reserve and PA’s with surrounding landscape;


• Examine the functionality of these corridors in terms of their suitability for maintaining dispersal of large mammals, especially tigers, in order to maintain meta-population dynamics in the Terai Landscape;


• Identify critical points along the corridors with high probability of negative human-wildlife interface.



























• Corridor atlas (6–8 No.) suitable for the movement of large mammalian species and identify bottlenecks where management inputs will be required for minimizing human–wildlife conflicts;


• Assessment reports on the habitat quality of the forest corridors for large mammal movement in the landscape;


• Strategy/Policy to avoid negative human wildlife interactions in the landscape by generating data on identified critical points for negative human wildlife interface.
























• Periodic submission on region-specific Corridor Atlas/ best practices/ demonstrative models (No.);


• No. of Corridors delineated linking Tiger Reserve and PAs with analytical depiction showing decrease in human-wildlife conflicts;


• No. of identified critical points along the corridors to minimize the human-wildlife conflicts;


• Policy/ strategic framework/ draft (No.) for assisting the regional decision-making in scaling up the process, i.e. Strategic Framework on Minimizing the Human-Wildlife Conflicts in the identified area;


• Other Publications and Knowledge Products (Nos.), including Assessment Report on the Habitat Quality of the Forest Corridors in terms of large mammal movement in the identified landscape.























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Last Updated on: 23.04.2019