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.
Resources Himalaya Foundation and Environmental Graduates in Himalaya organized a talk program on May 22, 2022 to mark “International Day for Biological Diversity 2022. International Day for Biological Diversity is celebrated every year on May 22, to raise global awareness
Resources Himalaya Foundation and Environmental Graduates in Himalaya organized our monthly talk program, PYCF. For this 111thseries, Dr. Geraldine Werhahn, Wildlife Biologist and Conservationist was invited as guest speaker. The program started with the welcome note and introduction of guest
Environmental Graduates in Himalaya (EGH) organized “Intermediate Level Training on Geographic Information System (GIS) Modelling and Remote Sensing (RS)” from April 18 to 22, 2022 with instructor Mr. Suraj Baral, GIS officer at Resources Himalaya Foundation. Three hours long training
Resources Himalaya Foundation and Environmental Graduates in Himalaya successfully organized our monthly program Guff-Gaff with Dr. Radha Wagle, Joint Secretary and Chief of Climate Change Management Division at Ministry of Forests and Environment. She presented a talk on “Importance of
Resources Himalaya Foundation and Environmental Graduates in Himalaya successfully organized our monthly program Guff-Gaff with an ecologist, Dr. Sailesh Ranjitkar. He presented a talk on “Plastics: A Problem of Anthropocene and its Biological Solution.” After the welcoming note and introduction
Resources Himalaya Foundation and Environmental Graduates in Himalaya successfully conducted 110th series of PYCF with Dr. Mohan Bahadur Chand, Program Manager in the Research and Development Department at Local Action for Global Health and Environment Training and Research Center Pvt.
Environmental Graduates in Himalaya and Resources Himalaya Foundation organized 10 days “Wildlife Training to Graduates, 2022” from February 27- March 08, 2022,with an objective to groom and mentor the younger generation of graduates in environmental and natural sciences on the
Resources Himalaya Foundation and Environment Graduates in Himalaya organized Welcome and Farewell of EGH Coordinator on March 11. The objective of this program was to appreciate and acknowledge the contributions of EGH Coordinator, award the participants involved during the past
Are you a wildlife enthusiast and passionate about their research and conservation? If yes! Here is a great opportunity for you to interact with the experts and learn more about the issues and the field based techniques for wildlife research