Support to the
protection of Reserves and Parks.
and help to the local population
Hills: Traditions, population and
taken by Dr J.P Sati
indian scientists foretell that
the Meghalaya will be a desert
within 30 years, maybe less.
Photo d'un coe Hooloc prise dans
les Garos Hills il y
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To give them a future, to give back to them their freedom and to see in their eyes this sparkle of life which has been blown out by Humans.
The lack of
means, the lack of organization
and the corruption lead to laxity
from the local authorities.
many (local population and
Department of Forest Officers)
are aware about the fate of the
state and the one of its
biodiversity, and they are
interested by the Huro Program.
of the wild populations
The western Hoolock
Gibbon (Hoolock H.
hoolock) is classified
into the 25 most endangered primate
species of the world, before
the Orang utan of Sumatra.
survival of the specie only depends on a
The threats are:
The jhum cultivation, traditional that
consists in burning and cutting the
village surroundings, the precious wood
illegal trade, the plantations of big
enterprises (notably for tea and betlenut,
the coal landmines.
deforestation leads to the insulation of
the populations which are captive in the
"songachams" (forestry land
attach to a village, often cut from the
large forest), thus the youngs cannot
create new families. We have to add
several sanitary risks link to the
contact with humans and with them some
cattle and dogs.
-POACHING: For fur,
bones (tradional indian, chinese and
burmese medicine), for meat, the infants
are sold on the black market (all the
family has been slaughtered to take one
baby), the zoos and minizoos remove
individuals from the wild and keep the
animals in conditions that do not respect
the biological needs of each specie.
only 236 individuals in whole Meghalaya
and less than 3 000 in whole northeast
these threats during the last 30-40 years,
the decline of the Hoolock populations
has been estimated, from 100,000
individuals to less than 5,000, it is
said a decline of more than 90% (IUCN).
populqtion Viability analysis foretells a
decline of 95% for the Bangladesh
populations and of 75% for the ones of
the northeastern part of India, in the
next two decades; based on the human
impact and the intrinsic factors acting
on little and isolated populations.
The Huro Program is also turned towards the other species of primates from northeast India which suffer also from poaching and loss of habitat. In this region live Assamese Maccaque, Stump-tailed Maccaque, Eat-crab Maccaque, Langur...
The Huro Program has also a humanitarian dimension turned over the support to the local population and help for developement in order to pacify the relations between Human and wild animals.
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act now, for this we need you.