Resources Himalaya Foundation (RHF) was founded by late Dr. Pralad Yonzon as a non-governmental, non-profit organization (Registered No. 1791 DAO/Lalitpur). It was established as Resources Nepal, a self-governing private organization in 1986. It became an independent, nonprofitable research foundation managed by a Governing Board and administered by its Executive Office since 2004. RHF’s competive edge over others is its ability to deal with contemporary knowledge and issues connected with nature conservation. This is substantiated by the fact that RHF was one of the eight recipients of the 2007 MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions, selected from several NGOs from six continents.
For the month of September in our monthly programme “Sharing Experiences”, we had a very enthusiastic and hardworking wildlife conservationist, Ms Tshiring L. Lama. Ms Lama started her talk with a short video clip on a topic “Impact of Yartsagunbu (Ophiocordyceps
“With the positive attitude, any day can be celebrated” In the hope of bringing more public awareness to preserve the unique and important little animal, “International Red Panda Day- 2017” was celebrated among 120 participants. 17 September, Resources Himalaya Foundation
For the 66th series of PYCF, we had invited Mr Samundra Ambuhang Subba, Research Officer at WWF- Nepal. The programme started with the welcome note and brief introduction of the speaker by Mr Saroj Basnet, EGH coordinator. Mr Subba had
For the month of August in our Monthly programme “Sharing Experiences”, we had Mr Dev Narayan Mandal, Founder President of Mithila Wildlife Trust (MWT). Mr Mandal in his talks with a topic “Conservation of wildlife and their habitat outside Protected
Environmental Graduates in Himalaya (EGH) had organized three hours training on Mann- Kendall Trend Test. Ms Asmita Poudel from Central Department of Environmental Science was the instructor.
Environmental Graduates in Himalaya (EGH) had marked “World Elephant Day 2017” by organizing a talk event relating to issues and threats for elephant in national scenario. Two guest speakers, Dr Narendra Man Babu Pradhan, Wildlife Biologist and Mr Nabin Gopal
For the 65th series of PYCF, we had invited Mr Kushal Harjani, one of the co-founders of Doko Recyclers Private Limited and his team. The program started with the welcome note and brief introduction of the speaker by Ms Binita
Environmental Graduates in Himalaya (EGH) successfully completed three days training on “Thesis/Dissertation Proposal Writing” with the participation of 24 students of Environmental Science from Golden Gate International College (GGIC). Training started from 30 July 2017 and was instructed by three