• Organization TypeImplementing NGO, Advocacy NGO
  • Founded2002

Wildlife Conservation Nepal

THEIR INTRODUCTION Wildlife Conservation Nepal, WCN, a non-governmental organization registered with the Government of Nepal, is a not for profit organization. It was established in 2002 with a vision to protect and conserve natural heritage and disseminate information on environment and wildlife issues. WCN supports government agencies to protect wildlife beyond protected areas, help in the developmental aspect of conservation and through its professional team help the Government of Nepal to carry out different impact assessment studies on natural resource an ecological areas that are of importance. THEIR AIM WCN aims to support biodiversity conservation by promoting, advocating, building awareness and safeguarding natural resources through policies, research , capacity building and studies that relate to impact of projects on natural resource prior to the initiation of the projects. WCN promotes conservation and environment activities by bringing different stakeholders – judicial bodies, Nepal Administrative Staff College, Nepal Police, line agencies and conservation partners through seminars, workshops and trainings including in policy development. A Species Protected is a heritage maintained. VISIONS & GOALS To have a civil society and community that cares to protect and conserve the natural flora and fauna of Nepal. MISSION To involve local communities, civil societies, scientific communities and conservationists in environment protection, natural resource management, promote sustainable use of natural resources so that the benefits accrued reach the grass root level while conserving natural resources.
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Staff at Wildlife Conservation Nepal have experience in


  • project support


  • managerial experience

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Company Offices

  • Nepal
  • Kathmandu
  • Dhapasi Height, Tokha