The main objective of NCS-Myanmar is to conserve the biodiversity and nature with the evidence-based researches and engagement with stakeholders for long-term sustainable positive impacts. Moreover, through provide education outreach for local people to participate in nationwide conservation actions.
The value of NCS-Myanmar is professional team spirit and commitments for nature conservation in country. NCS-Myanmar is initiating education and awareness activities for biodiversity conservation the protection for the endangered Pangolin in Bago Yoma, moreover in cooperation Wahplaw Wildlife Watch Society (WWWS) in Karin State for researches in biodiversity includes education and awareness activities for indigenous community. Collaboration with international organizations such as Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force and World Wetlands Network (WWN) for wetlands conservation activities in Asia region includes exchange programme.
NCS-Myanmar LEGAL STATUS
NCS- Myanmar has been doing conservation activities since 2016. NCS- Myanmar was registered with Local/1259 in Ministry of Home Affairs and to work relevant Ministries and Government departments.
In the colorized circle, the green color represents to the different types forest, the brown color represents to the land and the blue color represents freshwater rivers, coastal, estuaries and marine. NCS- Myanmar in the circle reflects “Nature Conservation Society-Myanmar” commitment to conserve nature and biodiversity for the sustainable in Myanmar.
"NCS-Myanmar envisages a country where wildlife thrives in healthy lands and seas, valued by societies that embrace and benefit from the nature conservation and integrity of lives"
Our Cooperation STRATEGY
NCS- Myanmar cooperate with Ministries, government departments, local/international environmental organization as well as science and technology organization to move forward for the nature conservation.
Expertise and Focus Areas
Nature Resources Management (includes co-management approaches)
Biodiversity conservation and establishment of Protected Areas
Capacity building and networking
Researches and advocacy
The team members are different profession such as marine biologists, botanists, zoologists, engineers, herpetologists, ornithologists, social scientists and geologists.
· Biodiversity conservation
· Education awareness and public outreach (Communication, Education, Participation and Awareness CEPA)
· Community development
· Social Infrastructure and Service
· Forestry and fishery
· Impacts on unsustainable development
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