Project | 01 Jan, 2016 - 30 Jun, 2023
Project | 01 Jul, 2016 - 30 Sep, 2024
Press release | 16 Dec, 2021
Gland, Switzerland, 16 December 2021 (IUCN) – A new report lists seven broad areas in the Himalayas, the Hindu Kush and the Karakoram mountain ranges where new natural World Heritage sites could be found. It also identifies possible extensions of existing World Heritage sites,…
Story | 05 Nov, 2021
Supported by IUCN’s Mekong WET project, Friends of Wildlife (FOW) Myanmar’s “Supporting Systematic Management of Kye-in Lake” grant has worked with local stakeholders to provide solutions to the impacts of overfishing, agricultural encroachment…
Story | 04 Aug, 2021
A Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment, led by Fauna & Flora International has found that Indawgyi Biosphere Reserve in Myanmar is facing increased risks from climate change impacts. Threats include intense rain causing flooding in paddy fields during the rainy season. This is coupled…
Story | 30 Jul, 2021
Funded by IUCN’s Mekong WET small grant programme, the Nature and Wildlife Conservation Division of the Myanmar Forest Department organized a training from 6 to 7 February 2021 to raise awareness on organic rice production and other Good Agricultural Practices (GAP).
Story | 06 Jul, 2021
Recent research conducted by the Biodiversity And Nature Conservation Association (BANCA) has demonstrated that Pyu Lake and Paleik Inn are the two most important freshwater wetlands in central Myanmar. The wetlands provide habitat for a variety of migratory waterbirds, including the critically…
Project | 01 Jan, 2019 - 31 Dec, 2021
BRIDGE promotes cooperation and water diplomacy in the 9 transboundary basins between Ecuador and Peru, and in the Titicaca basin, shared between Bolivia and Peru.
Story | 16 Mar, 2021
The Restoration Initiative (TRI) Myanmar Project has conducted a financial analysis of six restoration interventions in six townships of Sagaing Region, Myanmar that assesses the potential uptake of these interventions by small-scale farmers.