Story | 08 Nov, 2022
In transboundary mountain ecosystems across Nepal, Bhutan, Peru, Colombia, Kenya, and Uganda, IUCN and partners have worked from 2017 - 2022 to implement ecosystem-based adaptation approaches to increase climate resilience and reduce vulnerabilities of local communities and the ecosystems they…
News | 29 Jul, 2022
Nepal declared its tiger population has reached 355 on the occasion of Global Tiger Day. With this, Nepal has successfully achieved a global commitment of the St. Petersburg tiger summit to double the wild tigers by 2022.
News | 13 Jul, 2022
'Improving climate resilience of vulnerable communities and ecosystems in the Gandaki River Basin, Nepal', a Green Climate Fund (GCF) funded project, held its inception workshop in Kathmandu to provide an overview of the project to the stakeholders.
Story | 01 Jul, 2022
The Forest and Farm Facility (FFF) programme is supporting to increasing the income of the indigenous 'Chepang' women in Nepal by adding value to wild-crafted Chiuri (Diploknema butyracea or the 'Indian Butter Tree') fruit to produce butter.