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18 July 2013

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HEMS’s Strategic Plan is built on the HEMS’s mission and priorities, and addresses nature conservation issues relevant to Nepal and the world. It contains a long-term vision, and short-term objectives that focus efforts and resources in priority areas of action that most closely reflect the capacity and mission of HEMS.
Effective biodiversity conservation is not possible without the concerted efforts of all concerned. Local, national, regional and global effort is essential to address the complex issues of biodiversity conservation and environmental protection.
For this reason, HEMS has joined hands and would like to join hands with Governments, national and international non-governmental organizations, development organizations, donor agencies, stakeholders, interest groups, community-based organizations, and local people for biodiversity conservation and environmental protection in Nepal. We have always laid great stress on conservation education and capacity building programs to ensure the success of conservation efforts.

The formation of Eco Clubs at schools, exchange visits, non-formal education, girls’ students stipends are a few ways that conservation education is taken to the people.

HEMS has relentlessly put its efforts and resources in conservation education and capacity building programs to encourage people’s participation in conservation of biological diversity and sustainable management of resources. The process of education starts from early childhood and what they learn today will form the foundation for the ideas and values that they follow tomorrow. Therefore, to teach the children about the environment and equip them with skills they need to be responsible citizens and to live in harmony with nature, HEMS Nepal in coordination with other NGOs initiated the formation of school based environmental clubs.

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