New Delhi, 7 August 2018: WCS-India is very excited to announce its 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 S V 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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