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In 2019, Singinawa Conservation Foundation donated 1 KW solar-powered systems to two of the forest department’s anti-poaching camps where there is no electricity.

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From this year onwards, Singinawa Conservation Foundation will be financing the schooling of all the children of local employees of Singinawa Jungle Lodge.

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Through the Singinawa Conservation Foundation, some of the local staff of Singinawa Jungle Lodge have received benefits contributing towards their welfare.

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So far, Singinawa Conservation Foundation has financially sponsored the publication of two books by the forest department of Kanha.

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Singinawa Conservation Foundation has funded the research of Mr. Zeeshan Mirza, mainly focused around molecular studies of lesser known and lesser-studied groups of animals, and so far has resulted in the description of new species of geckos.

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Since 2017, Singinawa Conservation Foundation has been morally and financially supporting the work of Mr. Sudarshan Sureshwar, who works along with Indian Snakes organisation.

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Bhoorsingh School was started by the forest department of Kanha. The chief purpose of the school is to provide quality education to the children of the forest department staff and other locals living around Mukki Gate of the park.

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In 2017, Singinawa Conservation Foundation had provided a Maruti Gypsy (safari vehicle) to the forest department of Kanha.

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The forest department of Kanha has been conducting nature education camps for children living around the Kanha Tiger Reserve, as well as differently-abled children.

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Singinawa Conservation Foundation has regularly donated warm clothing, blankets and solar-powered lamps to the forest guards who stay inside the forest for their duties.

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