A snake bite victim with no medical help in a remote village in the Mudumalai Tiger Reserve was left to wait for the gods to intervene .
She was identified and brought to the Touchwood Medical Clinic. The untiring efforts of our team of doctors and nurses consecutively for 90 days ensured she is fully recovered and is now leading a normal life.
Actions speak louder than words. Our various projects had helped the tiger reserve win the prestigious national award for "Involvement of Local Communities and Eco Development".
Our health camp and literacy outreach programs benefit thousands of indigenous families in the jungles and their peripheries. Write to us to know more about these programs.
Internships and volunteering
Opportunities are open through the year for our projects. Write to us to know more.
To bring about a change in the quality of life in the indigenous populations of the Tiger Reserves and help them reduce their dependency on the jungles.
You can help in various ways. You can start by spreading the word, supporting our causes, volunteering or interning with us or by simply making a contribution that will help us move forward towards a greener tomorrow. Write to us to know more.
Touchwood models itself on a very corporate culture by outsourcing most field and support operations, monitored by a very lean and mean team consisting of highly skilled field managers supported by volunteers and interns, mentored by the retired top ranking forest department officials who still insist on giving back to the society.