The need to raise public awareness about the threatened status of the Chinese pangolin and the laws that exist to protect the animal in Nepal has put community-engagement at the heart of a conservation programme in the east of the country.
Community conservation in Nepal – opportunities and challenges for pangolin conservation
This chapter highlights Nepal’s successful approach to conserving high-profile trafficked wildlife (e.g., rhinoceros) within protected areas and explains why a community-led approach to conservation is necessary for the protection of the country’s pangolin populations, which occur largely outside
Conservation enforcement: Insights from people incarcerated for wildlife crimes in Nepal
There are long‐standing debates about the effectiveness and social impacts of enforcement‐based conservation, particularly as investments into enforcement increase in response to growing alarm about Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT).
Community Based Anti-poaching Operation: Effective model for Wildlife Conservation in Nepal
Community- Based Anti-Poaching Operation (CBAPO) in Nepal is the unique community- based initiatives of wildlife conservation that involves local people in the process of managing their own natural resources.