We supported Bardia National Park to upgrade existing information center with an aim to disseminate information on globally significant biodiversity that Bardia National Park holds to the visitors visiting the Park.
The river management plan for the conservation of Gharial and Aquatic species in Narayani and Rapti River, 2019 – 2023
Funding partner – Chitwan National Park Narayani, Rapti and Reu rivers and their tributaries are the lifelines of Chitwan National Park. Rapti and Narayani Rivers are the prime habitats for critically endangered gharial crocodiles. In the Narayani river, the Endangered Read More …
Mitigation measures of road accident in the highway of the protected area and constructing a sustainable economic network for conservation and development Funding partner – WWF, Nepal
The initial concept of innovative sustainable financing mechanism was developed two decades ago by UN agencies with separate conservation funds. In Nepal, sustainable financing practices are relatively new and have been practiced mostly by the Department of National Parks and Read More …
Strengthening Community-Based Anti-poaching Units (CBAPU) in Bardia National Park
CBAPU members work as an extra layer in the buffer zone of Bardia National Park as a result park authorities received any suspicious activities that might lead to illegal activities related to wildlife crime. There are more than 2500 members Read More …
Strengthening community-based organization for elephant conservation in Nepal) Project Period: Funding partner – IEF
Project Objectives 1. Orientation training to Rapid Response Team (RRT) members 2. Provide field equipment and uniform to RRT members 3. Orientation to Community-Based Anti-Poaching Unit (CBAPU) members
Developing elephant conservation action plan and strengthening elephant conservation initiatives focused on Khatta and Karnali forest corridors of Bardia, Nepal.
Project Period: 2017 – 2020 Funding partner – USFWS) Conserving large-ranging megaherbivores like wild elephants in a human-dominated landscape is a global challenge. Nepal harbors about 300 wild elephants and their number is constantly increasing for a decade. At the Read More …
Wildlife victim single women support
Project Period: Ongoing Funding partner – ZSL Nepal The project emphasizes on building the capacity of wildlife victim single women and support for quick return income generation activities. The project has provided support to 20 members in Bardia.