Asia

Dede Aulia Rahman

Estimation of Density Using Capture-Recapture Analysis of Camera Traping & Behavior Study of a Threatened and Poorly Known Deer: The Bawean Deer (Axis kuhlii)

This research will investigate the Bawean deer population using camera traps and monitor the activity pattern and growth level of Bawean deer. Additionally, it will be tested with other population estimation method using pellet count and line transect method.

Ashoka Deegoda Gamage

The Enigmatic Crop Raiders of Udawalawe: A First Step Towards Mitigating Human Elephant Conflict (HEC) in Sri Lanka

To identify elephants that involve in Human elephant conflict, their social associations and demography in the bordering villages of the Udawalawe national park and asses the human dimension of the HEC to suggest scientifically based sustainable solutions to mitigate human elephant conflict in the area.

Maksatbek Anarbaev

Capacity Enhancement for Better Wildlife Conservation and Monitoring in Kyrgyzstan

The project aims to work on capacity enhancement of rangers and local conservationists for better wild-life conservation and monitoring by using modern technologies such as satellite collars, sensor video and photo cameras. Awareness creation about globally threatened wild species and community involvement to wild-life conservation activities through education.

Niti Sukumal

Collecting Information and Monitoring the Situation of Green Peafowl (Pavo muticus) in Pristine Habitat in Thailand and Disturbed Habitat in Northern Vietnam

The projects aims are to investigate important aspects of the species ecological requirements and train rangers or locals to carry on a long-term monitoring plan.

Nabin Baral

Examining the Resilience of the Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal

The project aims to examine how the Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA) is adapting to rapid changes in Nepal. Building upon the previous research projects, the data will be collected and analyzed within a comparative study framework to detect changes over time.

Milan Sapkota

Feeding Ecology, Habitat Preference, Distribution and Awareness Programme for Conservation of Himalayan Black Bear in Kanchanjungha Conservation Area, Nepal

The project aims to study feeding ecology, habitat preference and distribution of Himalayan black bear including its threats in Kanchanjungha Conservation Area, Nepal.

Kamal Kandel

Educating and Empowering Local Communities for Cheer Pheasant (Catreus wallichii) Conservation in Western Nepal

We seek to establish a credible long term community based cheer pheasant monitoring program, directly involving local communities in monitoring and decision making.

Pratikshya Kandel

Managing Human Wildlife Conflicts in Community Forestry in Nepal

The growing Human-Wildlife Conflict in community forests suggests that it is becoming a serious threat to the survival of wild fauna including endangered species as well as the welfare of local people. The project aims to document status, explore, analyze and demonstrate management of wildlife in community forests and recommend strategies and actions to ensure human-wildlife coexistence.

Chi Phan

Participatory Wetland Conservation in Yok Don National Park, Vietnam

This project will assess the potential for developing an adaptive co-management strategy for managing Yok Don National Park that can assist in resolving this conflict. Social-ecological systems models of park values, resource use and management will be jointly developed with local people and park managers to enhance shared understanding of the wetland system.

Camille Coudrat

Pilot School Education Project for Knowledge and Attitude Change towards Wildlife and Habitat in Nakai-Nam Theun National Protected Area, Laos

Implementation of a pilot environmental education project to increase knowledge about and change attitude towards nature in children and ultimately change the behaviour of the next generation in Nakai-Nam Theun National protected Area, Central-eastern Laos.