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World Heritage Biodiversity Programme for India (WHBPI)

Will contribute resources towards site management, capacity building, alternative livelihoods for communities, research and fundraising activities.


In April 2004, the World Heritage Centre entered into a US$ 5 million, biodiversity programme to protect India's World Heritage sites, Manas and Kaziranga and their endangered species including the one-horned rhinoceroses, tiger, pygmy hog, Indian rhinoceros and elephant.