World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is Bhutan’s oldest conservation partner. Beginning with capacity development of national conservation staff in 1977, WWF Bhutan’s support has gradually evolved into a full country program.
WWF Bhutan has been supporting the government and people of Bhutan in various environmental conservation programs such as research and study; education and awareness; illegal wildlife trade; anti-poaching; human-wildlife conflict; sustainable livelihoods; terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems and climate change.
WWF Bhutan works closely with communities in and around protected areas through various educational, participatory and innovative initiatives to protect and conserve the immense diversity of Bhutan’s pristine environment for the present and future generations.
WWF Bhutan works together with the Royal Government of Bhutan not only to protect but nurture a healthy, dynamic and a vibrant ecosystem where people truly live in harmony with all life forms and reap the benefits of a bountiful nature.
Conserving and sustaining natural resources and biological diversity so that our future generations live in harmony with nature.
Conservation and managment of the natural biodiversity of Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex (B2C2) in harmony with the values and aspirations of the people.