Learn more of WWF, upskill youself and contribute back to society in your own little way while doing so.

WWF is one of the few organization that aim to conserve our planet's natural biodiversity. In an effort to do so, WWF India is raising awareness and conducting the country's largest environmental quizzing event (Wild Wisdom Quiz). Be a part of this amazing project and know more about WWF. 

Key Deliverables

Identifying the various sectors and project of WWF India's involvement
Identify what are the various sectors WWF India caters to , list down organization working on similar goals. Similarly, identify the various project WWF India has undertaken.

Issues faced by WWF and steps to raise awareness and Involvement
List down the issues that WWF India faces in the various projects they take up. Also create a campaign that would help increase awareness in the community and how as a WWF volunteer one would deal with the issues faced.

Learning Outcomes

Completing this project will lead to:

1. In-depth knowledge of WWF India and its activities
2. Knowledge of hurdles faced in environment protection activities
3. Ideas to tackle obstacles faced by WWF India and similar NGOs

Additional Details

Established as a Charitable Trust on 27 November, 1969, WWF-India set out with the aim of reducing the degradation of Earth’s natural environment and building a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. In 1987, the organization changed it's name from the World Wildlife Fund to World Wide Fund for Nature-India. With close to five decades of extensive work in the sector, WWF-India today is one of the leading conservation organizations in the country.
WWF-India is a science-based organization which addresses issues such as the conservation of species and its habitats, climate change, water and environmental education, among many others. Over the years, its perspective has broadened to reflect a more holistic understanding of the various conservation issues facing the country and seeks to proactively encourage environmental conservation by working with different stakeholders- Governments, NGOs, schools and colleges, corporates, students and other individuals.