Elephants in general are a keystone species. The survival of many animals (plants and animals), as well as the forest ecosystems depends on the survival of elephants. In particular, Asian elephants are an endangered species with less than 40,000 of them left on the planet. If we are to save the Asian elephant species we need to save the elephants of India, as the country houses more than 55% of the global Asian elephant population. Your generosity would help us carry out various projects currently underway in the states of Odisha and West Bengal, where we are implementing science-based cutting edge technologies to protect elephants and people living in the forest fringes. Please donate and share with your family and friends to help us save the elephants of India. Every penny matters, no amount is too small or too large.