Our action in Bangladesh is concentrated in Sundarbans in the Gange delta, the world’s largest one- piece mangrove, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Covering 10,000 km² of which nearly 60% are in Bangladesh (the rest are in India), this exceptional area shelters several rare or threatened species, including the Bengal tiger population of 200 to 300 individuals.
Problems to solve
- Poaching and illegal activities.
- Loss of tiger habitat and prey.
- High human pressure on natural resources.
- Contributing to the work of anti-poaching patrols.