WWF Nepal Annual Report 2022

Posted on January, 04 2023

WWF Nepal’s twenty-nine-year conservation journey has had its fair share of celebrations, achievements, and challenges. We have seen some significant wins in conserving two of our keystone species—tigers and greater one-horned rhinoceros. By working with the government, partner organizations, donors, and most importantly, local communities, WWF is proud to have contributed to the continued conservation of wildlife while uplifting local communities. The conservation of the greater one-horned rhinoceros has reached new heights with this fiscal year marking the 8th instance of 365 days of zero poaching of Rhinos and a historical record with 752 individual Rhinos this year, a 16% increase since the last national rhino count in 2015.
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