Project Owner:

International Union for Conservation of Nature(IUCN)

 In the hilly areas of Bangladesh, elephants were once a common sight. Unfortunately, over the last few decades the number of elephants has declined considerably. Human settlement in the forest areas, absence of tree cover inside the forest, and reduction of food availability are considered the leading causes of declining Elephant numbers. 
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Project Owner:

International Union for Conservation of Nature(IUCN)

Project title: Monitoring the Killing of Elephants (MIKE)

Location: South Asia (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka)

Duration: 2015 - ongoing

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Project Owner:

The Government of India

When the Indo-Bangladesh border in Assam is sealed completely by next year an exception could, however, be made for elephants to pass through with the help of jumbo-sized gates.
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Project Owner:

International Elephant Foundation

The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) Standing Committee, at its 65th meeting agreed that the Secretariat, pending the availability of external resources, would conduct a review of the implementation of Resolution Conf. 10.10 (Rev. CoP16), in particular the trade in live elephants, in Asian elephant range States and other relevant Parties, and report its findings at the 17th Conference of the Parties
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Project Owner:

International Elephant Foundation

In northern Lao PDR, the Nam Ha National Protected Area is the seasonal home of an “international herd” of wild elephants that regularly cross the border into China. While once numbering in the hundreds, the total population of wild elephants in this “Northern Lao Southern China Elephant Habitat Complex” is now estimated to be about 60 individuals.
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