Published on March 6, 2014
Sarbottam Silwal NOTE: All Data's Are Collected From Secondary Sources
Have u been here?????? 1. Central Zoo, Jawalakhel 2. Annapurna Base Camp 3. Manaslu Base Camp 4. Gaurishankar Base Camp 5. Parsa Conservation Area 6. Chitwan National Park 7. Bardia National Park 8. Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve
Introduction Established In 1982, previously known as King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation Not-for-profit Organization, Mandated To Work In The Field Of Nature Conservation In Nepal Over 200 Small And Large Projects On Nature Conservation, Biodiversity, Cultural Heritage Protection, Ecotourism, And Sustainable Development. Projects Of Are Divided Into Three Geographical Areas The Lowland, The Mid-hills (Kathmandu Valley) And The High Mountains
Major Activities The lowlands •Chitwan National Park •Bardia National Park and •Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve •Parsa Conservation Program Similarly, •Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) •Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP) •Gaurishankar Conservation Area Project (GCAP) •The Central Zoo (only project in Kathmandu Valley) •Bagmati River Conservation Project.
Major Activities Also, •Alternative Energy Development AEP •Community Infrastructure Development CID •Sustainable Tourism Management STM •Gender Equity and Empowerment Programme •Agriculture and Livestock Development ALD •Health Service Support
Mission Statement To promote, conserve and manage nature in all its diversity balancing human needs with the environment on a sustainable basis for posterity – ensuring maximum community participation with due cognizance of the linkages between economics, environment and ethics through a process in which people are both the principal actors and beneficiaries.”
Guiding Principles Ensuring a balance between human needs and the environment to guarantee long-term sustainability Ensuring maximum community participation with people Always linking economic, environmental and ethical factors in conservation activities Always managing operations based on sound business oriented principles Always working towards fostering strong partnerships with various stakeholders (community, Government, civil society and international stakeholders) so as to ensure quality in all its activities and conforming to client requirements
Achievements of NTNC •Trusted partner of the Government and international development partners •First national institution to be entrusted by multilateral organizations such as the ADB and UNF to implement conservation and biodiversity programs/projects •Human resources of NTNC recognized and in demand nationally and globally •Fully managed by Nepalese personnel
NTNC's Strengths 1. 2. 3. 4. Governing Board of Trustees consists of distinguished and recognized national and international personalities Network of partners (Chapters) provides international linkages and recognition Confidence and goodwill earned from donors as NTNC has demonstrated its ability to achieve output as per their expectations At the project level, effective coordination and communication with local government agencies
NTNC's Strengths 1. 2. 3. Excellent physical facilities and well equipped offices suited to the work undertaken in field offices Capacity to design and implement innovative programme related to conservation and development Diverse academic qualifications of staff with specialization and expertise in various disciplines related to nature conservation
Governing Board of Trustees 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. • • • • Prime Minister as Honorable Head Minister for Forests and Soil Conservation as Chairman Secretary for Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation Secretary for Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment Secretary for Ministry of Finance Professors from various universities Tribhuvan University Kathmandu University Kangwon National University University of Minnesota Mr. Mahesh Acharya
Various Activities of NTNC
For Further Information National Trust for Nature Conservation P.O. Box: 3712, Khumaltar, Lalitpur, Nepal Tel: +977-1-5526571, 5526573, Fax: +977-1-5526570 firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.ntnc.org.np
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