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- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
A lasting legacy.
On September 23, 2006, Nepal and the world lost some of its finest conservation leaders in a tragic helicopter accident in Ghunsa, Taplejung in eastern Nepal. To honor their legacies, WWF Nepal established the Memorial Scholarship Fund, an initiative that assists students who wish to pursue careers in conservation with required funding and recognition.
This year, we recieved highly competitve applications from across the country. While the intended courses of study, specialisations, and aims for Nepal's conservaiton future differed across applicants, they were all united by their passion to carry forward the legacy of those we lost fourteen years ago.
MEET THE SCHOLARS
THANK YOU, ESTEEMED PANEL
All applications were reviewed extensively by a panel of esteemed judges, representing various sectors within the field of conservation.
- Dr. Lava Deo Awasthi, Chairperson, Language Commission
- Mr. Shiva Kumar Wagle, Head, Environment and Biodiversity Division, Ministry of Forest and Environment
- Dr. Bimala Rai Paudyal, National Assembly, Government of Nepal
- Dr. Babu Ram Dhungana, Administrative Chief, Nepal Youth Council
- Sanjeev Kumar Rai, Department of Planet Resources, Government of Nepal