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WWF IN BHUTAN
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is Bhutan’s oldest conservation partner. Beginning in 1977 by supporting capacity development of local conservation staff, the support gradually evolved into a full country program with several collaborative conservation projects. WWF Bhutan has been supporting the royal government and people of Bhutan in a number of conservation efforts to protect and conserve Bhutan’s natural capital and the immense biological diversity.
WWF Bhutan works on various environmental conservation programs including research and study, education and awareness, promotion of sustainable livelihoods, protection of terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems, and addressing human-wildlife conflict, illegal wildlife trade and climate change. READ MORE...
WWF Bhutan invites applications from Bhutanese nationals for the Position of Director, Operations to be based in Thimphu.25 Dec 2020 Read more »
Thimphu - WWF Bhutan has released a new children’s book, “How to be a Nature Protector?” to observe Children’s Day in Bhutan. The book has been ...11 Nov 2020 Read more »
The Ruddy Shelduck (Tadorna ferruginea) is a unique bird that belongs to the duck, goose and swan family Anatidae. It is unlike any other waterfowl, ...09 Oct 2020 Read more »
The recruitment of the driver position as announced in Kuensel dated 6th June 2020 is postponed till further notice. Inconvenience caused is highly ...07 Oct 2020 Read more »
More than 60 Heads of State and Government, including the leaders of five of the world’s largest economies, endorse the Leaders’ Pledge for Nature, ...29 Sep 2020 Read more »
WWF’s Living Planet Report reveals two-thirds decline in wildlife populations on average since 197010 Sep 2020 Read more »