Pakistan

Deh Akro-II

By James Cutler / 18th March 2019

About   Funding support Indus for All Program,  WWF, Pakistan Number of staff 5 Overall aims of the centre Community based wetland management in Deh Akro-II. Description of the centre The total area of Deh Akro-II is 20,500 ha. The wetland supports more than 18 species of mammals, 16 species of reptiles, 14 species of fish…

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Taunsa Information Centre

By Chris / 3rd March 2018

  About World Wide Fund for Nature-Pakistan Demonstration model for live turtles and fish Funding support: WWF-Pakistan, UNDP, GEF, EKN, UKAID, Punjab Irrigation Department, Punjab Forests, Wildlife and Fisheries Department Number of staff: 2 Number of visitors per year: 5,000 Overall aims of the centre i. Promote awareness about the importance of wetland’s biodiversity amongst…

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Sandspit Wetland Centre

By Chris / 2nd March 2018

  About The Wetland Centre in Sandspit, Karachi was established in 1998, with the support of the Directorate General of International Support (DGIS), Government of the Netherlands and Karachi Port Trust (KPT) The Wetland Centre in Sandspit, Karachi was established in 1998, with the support of the Directorate General of International Support (DGIS), Government of…

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Khabeki Conservation and Information Center (KCIC)

By Chris / 2nd March 2018

  About World Wide Fund for Nature Pakistan (WWF-Pakistan)   Funding support: WWF-Pakistan Number of staff: Two (Conservation Officer. Watch-man) Number of visitors per year: More than 4000 Overall aims of the centre 1- To provide a resource hub where communities and visitors can take advantage of interactive learning leading to sustainable future. 2- To…

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Deh Akro-II, Pakistan

By Chris / 28th February 2018

  About The total area of Deh Akro-II is 20,500 ha. The wetland supports more than 18 species of mammals, 16 species of reptiles, 14 species of fish and 101 species of birds and it regularly supports over 20,000 waterbirds. Funding support: Indus for All Program, WWF, Pakistan Number of staff: 5 Overall aims of…

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