Dorothy Hamada

Agroforestry for Sustainability: Demonstration of Agro-forestry on Mountain Slopes in Baguio City and Benguet Province, Philippines

To encourage farmers to adopt agroforestry as an alternative to vegetable and/or flower monoculture on sloping mountain terrain.

Su Yin Chee

Eco-Engineering: Design with Nature

This study aims to introduce ecological engineering in Penang, Malaysia, where land reclamation from the sea is rampant and natural coastlines have been rapidly replaced by artificial ones.

Rajendra Dhungana

Human-Tiger Conflict in Chitwan National Park, Nepal

The project aims to characterize spatio-temporal pattern of human casualties and livestock depredations by tiger, explore causes and context of attacks, and summarize adopted mitigation measures.

Nirmala Panthy

Distribution, Habitat Modelling, Economic Contribution and Conservation of Yarsagumba (Ophiocordyceps sinensis) in Api Nampa Conservation Area of Nepal

The project is designed to find out the basic scientific information about the Yarsagumba (Ophiocordyceps sinensis) and to conserve this species for long term through the community awareness programs.

Shivish Bhandari

Assessment of Suitable Habitat, Estimation of Population and Conservation of Striped Hyaena in Sarlahi and Rautahat, Nepal

The Hyaena, one of the least studied carnivore and this study aims to explore the suitable habitat, estimated population and conservation status in Sarlahi and Rautahat districts of Nepal.

Kinley Wangchuk

Macro-Invertebrates Diversity and Water Quality Assessment in Four Streams that Join Mo Chhu River, Punakha

Identify and investigate the diversity of macroinvertebrate in individual streams and to assess the water quality of different streams by the equation of Family Biotic Index.

Chimmi Nil Dorji

To Assess Effect of Electric Fencing as a Mitigation Measures to Human-Bear Conflict and Black Bear Ecology

Human Wildlife Conflict is the growing challenges both in the field of nature conservation and day to day livelihood activities of our people across the globe and Bhutan is no exception to this challenge. Since human-bear conflict is one of the human-wildlife conflicts in Bhutan, my study aims to understand how effective is the electric fences as a mitigation measures to this conflict and what behaviour of the animal (bear) and human can lead to this severe conflict.

Trang Nguyen

Tackling the Illegal Trade of Ivory in Cambodia

This project aims to identify the hotspots for ivory and other elephant products traded in Cambodia and to make a meaningful contribution to global efforts to tackle wildlife crime, especially Cambodia’s so far limited contribution.

Alexander Mossbrucker

Securing a Future for Sumatran Elephants in Harapan Rainforest

Monitoring of Sumatran elephants using GPS/VHF collars in order to support conservation planning, wildlife research, and Human-Elephant Conflict mitigation.

Duy Le

The Research and Conservation of Eastern Sarus Crane (Grus antigone sharpii) in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam

To understand behaviour patterns and habitat uses by Eastern Sarus Crane in the Mekong delta and to improve capacity and raise awareness of local people toward the Eastern Sarus Crane conservation .