Nepal Conservation Fellows - Supporting a new generation of conservation community in Nepal
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About the Fellowship

Supporting a new generation of conservation researchers

Nepal hosts exceptional biodiversity. From the tops of the Himalayas to its subtropical lowlands, there is a growing demand for applied researchers who are empowered to help tackle Nepal’s mounting environmental challenges. Yet many emerging conservationists struggle to envision viable careers in this field, including because relevant support and opportunities are often limited. The Nepal Conservation Research Fellowship was launched in 2018 by volunteers at Greenhood Nepal and Lancaster University to provide our colleagues with the academic, professional and social support they need to build successful careers in conservation.

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Superstition and wildlife trade in Nepal

Nepal Conservation Research Fellow Sabitri Rai recently published an oped about the Superstition and Wildlife Trade. In this oped, Sabitri and...

Fellows Stories

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Rooting for the orchids

  Reshu Bashyal, Having grown in a rural village where we hardly visited the doctor, most of our treatment...
Rooting for the orchids

Reshu Bashyal

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Evaluating conservation education programs

  Sabitri Rai, I am a Master Graduate in Environmental Science. While conducting “Conservation School” about pangolin and art...
Evaluating conservation education programs

Sabitri Rai

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