Wildlife conservation is one of the most important component of the organization, as they ensure life on earth.
Education is an essential component of environment conservation. Nepal Prakriti Pathshala /NPP (Nepal Nature School) is an environmental education program of Wildlife Conservation Nepal (WCN) aimed to contribute to higher...
Climate change remains a continuous threat to Nepal making it the fourth-most vulnerable countries in the world to it while adversely impacting forests and its different production systems and also...
Rhinoceros are massive hoofed mammal of Africa, India, and Southeast Asia, characterized by a snout with one or two horns. The skin of the rhinoceros is extremely thick, nearly hairless in most species, and deeply folded in some. The horns, arising from the skin, are made of keratin, a fibrous substance. The legs are stout and short and end in broad feet, each with three toes. Rhinoceroses are herbivorous, browsers or grazers according to the species.Read More
Wetlands are home to diverse flora and fauna around the world. The Convention on Wetlands also known as Ramsar Convention defines Wetlands as “Areas of marsh, fen, peat land or water, natural or artificial, permanent or temporary where the water is static or flowing, fresh, briny or salty, including areas of water logging made by man like paddy fields, the depth of which at low tides does not exceed 6 meters.”Read More
Jun 5, 2020
Wildlife Conservation Nepal, Nepal Prakriti Pathsala (WCN/ NPP’s) organized an Eco-day Camp at Dhapasi, Kathmandu...
WCN's Nepal Prakriti Pathshala is playing a lead role in implementing interactive environment education. It has supported Government's envision to launch Green School Concept in Nepal.
Center for Human Resource and Education Development, Nepal
WCN's support has helped 200 women of 7 community forests of Nawalparasi district in utilizing their free time by bringing into use the unused lands inside the forest by cultivating medicinal aromatic plants which has supported in their income. The program has enhanced their capabilities in making decisions developing their leadership skills and to voice their opinions.
Member, FECOFUN, Nepal
It all begins and ends with teachers. WCN's Nepal Prakriti Pathshala's trainings can bring out the dedication and interest amongst the teachers encouraging them to continue further.
Consultant, Danish Forestry Extension, Denmark
WCN's training on Interactive Environmental Education and Local Curriculum on Environment has provided opportunities to teachers to learn new methods of teaching that increases students participation and active engagement, which is essential in developing critical minds that can solve environmental problems in the future.
Joint Secretary, Ministry of Education, Nepal (2015)
WCN's effort to protect the nation's natural heritage by building the capacity of enforcement agencies on legal framework to reduce illegal wildlife trade is highly commendable.
Chief Attorney General, Nepal
"WCN's Nature Through Lens Exhibition" is a wonderful tool for raising awareness on nature and wildlife among viewers
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