WCS India Signs MoU with WCCB
New Delhi, 7 August 2018: WCS-India is very excited to announce our partnership with the Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) for combating wildlife trafficking in India. WCS-India will collaborate with WCCB to organize interagency, multi-tier capacity building workshops to improve detection, investigation, and prosecution of wildlife crimes in the country.
Tilotama Varma, Additional Director, WCCB (left) and Prakriti Srivastava Country Director, WCS India (right) signing the MoU
WCS India signed a memorandum of understanding with the WCCB at the New Delhi office in the presence of officers from the WCCB and representatives from WCS-India. From left to right: Dr Binita Pushpakaran (Assistant Director, CITES), Mrunmayee Amarnath (Assistant Director Finance and Administration, WCS India), Sahila Kudalkar (Research Consultant WCS India), Tilotama Varma (Additional Director, WCCB), Prakriti Srivastava (Country Director, WCS India), S S Kandpal Joint Director A&T, T S Thakur, Deputy Director, and SV Sheshadri Assistant Director. Mr. Pardeep Sharma, Inspector I&C also attended the event.
WCCB Additional Director Tilotama Varma and WCS India Country Director Prakriti Srivastava present mementos to each other, announcing the decision to work together to strengthen cooperation against wildlife trafficking in the country.
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