The Rose Tiger Project

The Rose Tiger Project

The Rose Tiger Project aims to educate young people about the threats that tigers face and to encourage public speaking among teenagers.

Unfortunately, this project was not successful

The Rose Tiger Project was initially set up in April 2010 with an aim to educate children about the issues faced by tigers. On 8th July 2013, The Rose Tiger Project became an official charity.

The two main aims of the project are;

(1) To promote education, among children aged between four and thirteen, about the severity of issues affecting endangered species, namely the tiger.

(2) To encourage public speaking, among young people aged between fourteen and eighteen, and the interaction between them and younger children.

We are currently organising a conference for year 9 and 10 students, in Essex, the conference will take place in March 2017. The first part of the conference will be comprised of talks about the dangers tigers face and what is being done to protect them. The second half of the conference will be a public speaking workshop and presentation making session, where the students will prepare presentations to present to their fellow students after the conference. We would be very grateful for donations to help cover the cost of the conference. Thank you.