SPECIAL THANKS TO
Valmik set up the Ranthambhore Foundation in 1987, where Dr. Goverdhan Singh Rathore served as Field Director, and has been supportive of Prakratik Society since its inception.
A mentor and friend, Peter was instrumental in the early years of Prakratik Society. Him and his wife Sheila even helped raise our first grant from the European Union.
After watching our medical van during a field day in the mid-1990s, Mark Thomson encouraged the Australian Embassy to give us a substantial grant to build a permanent hospital.
GEOFFREY & DIANE WARD
Visitors and friends of Ranthambore since the 1980s, Geoffery and Diane have both supported Prakratik - the former securing a grant from the Save The Tiger Fund and the latter raising funds for our hospital.
Upon visiting our school and hospital during a visit to Ranthambore, Jake committed to helping fund a computer lab and the first Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in the district.
A good friend of Fateh Singh Rathore, David first visited Ranthambore in the 1980s. Through his foundation, he raised funds for Tiger Watch to ensure the region's tigers would always be protected.
Peter first visited Ranthambore in the 1970s and through The Monsoon Accessorize Trust, his donations helped complete Fateh Public School and add new wards at the hospital.
DR. ANNA GRENFEL & PHILIP MCDONAGH
Dr. Anna and her husband Philip, who was the Irish Ambassador in India, were instrumental in getting us funds to start Emergency Obstetric Care services around Ranthambhore.
MICHAEL JACKSON & CHRIS JORDAN
Michael and Chris came to Ranthmabore on a visit via UK non-profit, Care for the Wild. During this visit, Michael made a generous donation that resulted in the building of Fateh Public School.