Save Nepal Conference on Human-Wildlife Conflict & Coexistence
Prepare for a transformative experience at the SAVE Nepal Conference on Human-Wildlife Conflict and Coexistence, coming this December. This vital event is designed to tackle one of Nepal’s most pressing issues, the interaction between humans and wildlife. In a rapidly changing world, where habitats are shrinking and confrontations between wildlife and communities are on the rise, it’s crucial to find sustainable and harmonious solutions.
The conference will feature leading experts and researchers in the field, sharing their knowledge and experience on mitigating human-wildlife conflicts and promoting coexistence. Learn about successful community-based approaches that foster coexistence and reduce conflict while benefiting both people and wildlife.
Date: 28th – 30th December
Time: 7:45 Pm – 2:45 Am
Venue: Utpala Cafe, Kathmandu, Nepal
Explore innovative conservation strategies and projects that are making a real impact in Nepal and beyond. Gain insight into wildlife rehabilitation efforts and discover how you can contribute to saving Nepal’s precious wildlife. Participate in hands-on workshops to acquire practical skills and knowledge to implement positive change in your own community.
Gain a deep understanding of the human-wildlife conflict issue and learn how you can be part of the solution. Join a community of change-makers dedicated to preserving Nepal’s rich biodiversity.
Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a movement that strives for harmony between humans and wildlife. Together, we can SAVE Nepal’s natural heritage. Stay tuned for more details and updates regarding the SAVE Nepal Conference on Human-Wildlife Conflict and Coexistence, coming this December!
Utpala Cafe, Kathmandu, Nepal