2020 Mid-Term Monitoring and Evaluation of the National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan(2014-2020). Assessment of freshwater ecosystem in Koshi river Basins. 2019 Living with Tiger: poverty reduction for human-wildlife coexistence (2016 – 2019) Preparation of Human – Common Leopard Conflict Mitigation Strategy and Action Plan, WWF/USAID/Hariyo Ban Program. Sustainable Management Plan of Sagarnath Forestry Development […]
Jalthal, a subtropical forest covers an area of 6000 hectare remnant moist tropical forest of Southeast Nepal, which is the only remaining patch of the moist tropical forest of the country. The forest provides diverse ecosystems (lakes, rivers, forest, grasslands, and hillocks) with several threatened floras (Artocarpus chaplasha Roxb., Cycas pectinata, Magnolia champaca, Rauvolfia serpentina, […]
Assess the status and trends of fresh water ecosystems and their critical services in the Koshi River Basin part in Nepal, in particular related to the basin’s sustainable economic development as well as the water-food-energy nexus, with aim to inform basin stakeholders and decision-makers at different levels, based on which research activities are identified and […]
The project aim was to develop an action plan for the human elephant conflict in Jhapa district of Nepal. Action plan for human elephant conflict was developed through intensive study of the current elephant conflict as well as studying the human wildlife conflict in other similar districts.
Nepal National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) for 2014-2020, was developed in 2014. The NBSAP (2014-2020) is a key instrument for translating the Aichi targets set by COP 10 of CBD into national action through national targets. Green Governance Nepal, in a joint venture with Lumbini Environment Services Pvt. Ltd., conducted the mid-term monitoring and evaluation […]
By changing natural resource use behaviors, building capacity, improving livelihoods, and reducing human Tiger conflict, the Living with tiger Projects aims to secure the safety of people, livestock and tigers and to reduce poverty in key communities in the buffer zones of Chitwan National Park and Bardiya National Park. The program is run by Green […]