The Global Tiger Recovery Program Implementation Plan: 2013–14 is based on the Priority Implementation Activities (PIAs) of the Tiger Range Countries, developed to address the Thimphu Affirmative Nine-Point Action Agenda on Tiger Conservation formulated at the Second Asian Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation in late 2012.

The Global Tiger Recovery Program implementation report includes country by-country self-assessments and a report card across the several thematic focus points in tiger conservation, including habitat protection, combating wildlife crime, transboundary collaboration, capacity-building, and scientific monitoring among others.

Wild tigers are at a tipping point and action, or inaction, in the coming decade will decide their fate. Action will lead to the tiger’s recovery; inaction
or mere maintenance of the status quo will lead to its extinction. The GTRP represents the last best hope for the survival of the world’s most