- To strengthen the capacity of women, youths, and people from marginalized groups (indigenous, socially excluded) through training, seminar and workshops;
- To reduce impacts of climate change and environment degradation through water resources management-focused integrated watershed development;
- To conduct research and study on natural resources management and biodiversity conservation for sustainable development; and
- To improve livelihoods and food security of the targeted groups through scientific and diversified agriculture system.
Recognizing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and nation’s long-term perspectives to support the sustainable development, poverty reduction and combating climate change impacts, Conservation Nepal has identified four major thematic areas and two cross-cutting themes.
- Water-induced Disaster Risk Reduction & Management
- Climate Change Adaptation
- Gender Equity and Social Inclusion
- Community Development
- Women Rights & Child Protection
- Capacity Building