Awely des tigres et des hommes Tigers and People

Do you represent a private company or organisation? Become our partner

20 October 2015

Being in partnership with Awely, Tigers and People means that you contribute to the safeguarding of the most majestic of felines and raise awareness of your public, partners and employees about your actions to protect endangered species in a sustainable and responsible way.  

There are only 4000 tigers left in the wild. These felines — symbols of power and grace — are disappearing mainly due to loss of habitat, illegal hunting and a lack of prey.

Like Amneville Zoo, support our tiger programmes for community-based conservation in Nepal, research in India, anti-poaching in Bangladesh and awareness-raising for the public in Vietnam.

Of each euro that you give us, we use just 10 cents for running costs and 90 cents are allocated to our projects.

Starting a partnership with our NGO also means:

→ Supporting the preservation of biodiversity and of tigers in particular

→ Contributing to social and economic development in southern countries

→ Acting for sustainable development, with the protection of tigers as a key commitment

→ Associating your name with Awely and communicating about your involvement

→ Promoting this involvement to your clients, to your employees, to your team members

→ Featuring in our different communication tools, here and out in the field

→ Supporting an international French non-governmental organisation whose ethic and values you share

Many partners already support our organisation; be they companies, foundations or associations, they trust us and contribute towards tailor-made projects to fit their objectives.

Are you interested in a partnership with Awely? Send us an email at

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Awely, Tigers and People needs you

When you support Awely, even through a very small donation, you contribute directly to our activities in the field, and you affirm your committment to preserve wildlife while also contributing to the urgent basic needs of the local populations who live with these animals.

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