Wildlife Conservation in Community Forestry: Role and Responsibility of the Community

Objectives: To provide the capacity building of NGO, our local grass root partner’s organization, civic society community members and interested Nepalese ecologist through organizing workshop.


Key Activities:

  • To share the plants survey technique.
  • To create the community awareness on plant conservation among the marginal sections of the society by this workshop.
  • To prepare the agendas on plant conservation.
  • To share the technique on plant identification, herbarium preparation, separation of plants as per the ethno-botanical uses.
  • To discuss on commercialization and domestication of highly valuable Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MAPs).
  • To publish and disseminate outputs of organized workshop.


Project Period: January, 2008

Project Location: Kavrepalanchok, district

Funding Partner (s): British Ecological Society (BES), London, UK


Major Achievements:

  • Capacity building of 45 participants increased through 5 days training.
  • Value based wildlife conservation promoted.
  • Community based wildlife conservation in community forestry.
  • Methods of conservation education and communication.
  • Action plan preparation for the future courses of action.
  • Promoted wildlife conservation in local initiatives.
  • Community based policy and strategy on wildlife conservation in community forestry.
  • Rules and regulations (provision and punishments).
  • Total 80 People, 48 female and 32 male capacity buildups and educated for Wildlife Conservation in Community Forestry: Role and Responsibility.

Contact Information

  • Civic Forum for Sustainable Development
  • P.O. Box No. 33, Dhulikhel, Kavrepalanchok Nepal,
  • Phone : +977-11-490744, +977-9851254762
  • Email : info@civicforum.org.np

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