The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
FOR REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS
CONGRATULATIONS on registering for Wild Wisdom Quiz 2020, Asia's biggest nature-themed trivia competition. Among you, ONE winning team will represent Nepal at the International Stage.
This year's theme, "Re-Imagining Our Planet" calls on students to learn about how everything in nature is interconnected. It will also highlight how we can address nature's greatest threats.
You're just a few clicks away from entering the preliminary rounds! ⬇️
Wild Wisdom Quiz (WWQ) was first introduced by WWF Nepal in 2017, when we reached out to 104 schools in Kathmandu Valley. In 2018, we reached out to 133 schools, expanding our scope to Chitwan and Nepalgunj. And in 2019, we were able to reach 250 schools, while adding an additional complex in Pokhara. The program aims to educate students about biodiversity and natural resources as well as the necessary steps for its sustainable use. It also aims to support and align its understanding with Aichi target 1 set between the Secretariat of the Convention for Biodiveristy (CBD) and WWF-International.
WWF Nepal seeks to explore and captialize the potential of the quiz in its own context to reach out to young aspiring conservationists of Nepal.
WWQ 2020 Nepal
For the first time ever, WWQ 2020 will be held 100% digitally, with a focus on the middle of 'Madhyamik' level (Class 6,7,8) only.
Enhance students' knowledge on biodiversity, environment, wildlife, adn the various threats posed to nature.
Generate interest in the field of conservation, while encouraging sustainable use of natural resources
Provide learning in an innovative approach, while motivating students on the benefits of nature conservation.
WWQ will take place in three rounds: Preliminary, Qualifier, and Final.
30 SEPTEMBER (ASHOJ 14)
4-9 OCTOBER (ASHOJ 18-23)
11-16 OCTOBER (ASHOJ 18-23)
2 NOVEMBER (KARTIK 17)