The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
Tiger conservation efforts have resulted in an increase in the global tiger population, but the work isn’t over and tigers still need our help. Take a look at how we’re protecting the world’s most iconic big cat and what you can do to help.
WWF's Tigers Alive Initiative is a coordinated effort bringing together WWF tiger range offices, the rest of the WWF Network, governments, partners, and communities to work towards a shared vision for tigers and people.
WWF works on tiger conservation in 22 landscapes across Asia. These are diverse places and home to millions of people, as well as a diverse array of wildlife. Out of the 22 landscapes, eight are restoration landscapes where WWF is supporting governments, partners, and communities to return tigers back to where they once roamed. WWF also engages outside these landscapes on broader work that addresses tiger and prey trade and demand, policy advocacy and other drivers affecting tigers.VISIT WWF'S 22 TIGER LANDSCAPES