The NGO WildlifePACT (Protection And Conservation Trust) was formed by Rhea Ramji in 2006. The NGO works Independently as well as in conjunction with other NGO's for the betterment and education of the local tribal villages, conducting various projects including health, dental and eye camps, with cataract operations being performed at the eye hospital in Umaria. English speaking classes for both the local village school and the Park guides are held with assistance from volunteers. WildlifePACT aims to provide skills and help to the local villagers which will enable them to reduce their dependence on the forest resources and to help them recognise the importance of maintaining the flora and fauna.
Discounts are offered to doctors and volunteers who contribute some of their time to assisting with health camps and other projects.
Just some of the projects and work undertaken:
New Toilets and tube well constructed, 120 new desks and chairs provided and repainting of school main building and classrooms in joint collaboration with guest Paula Malyon and Belgian NGO Opérations Monde Nouveaux (OMN). English speaking and park guide training classes were also provide by WildlifePACT and OMN, and were hosted by the Forest Department in the Forest Department Training centre.
Dental heath camp and cancer awareness camp provided with assistance of guest volunteer dental surgeon Dr Ramalpreet Kaur.

500 WHO endorsed impregnated mosquito nets provided to tribal village Rancha and village Dobah by guest volunteers Dr William Hunter (former Chief Medical Officer European Union Medical)and wife Estelle Hunter, and volunteer guest Ramila Shah of Crown Agents, London.

School boy Prem Kumar Yadav, recipient of successful cataract operation restoring sight in one eye.

Arts and music class by guest volunteers Louise and James Green

Stationery and books provided to Rancha School pupils by guest volunteers Preeti and Shravan Nigam .