We put health into the heart of conservation
What We Do
The Tulsi Foundation provides medical training and support to frontline conservation staff in remote regions. Our aim is to safeguard their health and safety.
- Promote a One Health approach to medical care in conservation areas
- Provide emergency and trauma training for frontline conservation staff
- Provide remote medical assistance to conservation staff during emergencies
- Develop networks between health and conservation to promote better health and safety
- Provides advisory support to NGO’s and governments to create healthcare policies for conservation staff
- Develop an academic, evidence-based approach to training and healthcare to ensure that interventions are measurable, sustainable, and cost-effective
News & Events
We are delighted to announce that we are now officially taking abstracts for the Tuslicon2018 conference on the impact of One Health on conservation. All submissions will be accpeted till midnight the 13th of August 2018. All submissions should be submitted to...read more
We are pleased to announce that we have completed our survey of frontline forest guards across the Central Indian Landscape. In total we have spoken at length to over 1,100 frontline rangers from 14 tiger reserves across three states. This study was conducted in...read more
Putting health into the heart of conservation We are proud to announce the launch of our first ever international conference (Tulsicon2018). This unique event which is going to be held at the London Wetland Centre on Friday the 14th of September. The aim of the one...read more
The Tulsi Foundation is grateful for its support from its partner organisations.