• Sustainable Management of Dhanushadham Protected Forest

    Dhanushadham Protected Forest is One and only forest situated in Terai region of Dhanusha district. Having 360 hectare forest land …

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  • Sustainable Development Programmes

    As more than 84 percent population of the district still depends on the agriculture for their livelihood, it is need …

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  • 24 Hours Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Programmes

      To reduce Human and Wildlife conflict and to protect the wildlife, wildlife rescue and rehabilitation programmes is operated 24×7 …

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  • Environmental and Wildlife Awareness Programmes

    We believe on “No Conservation without Education”. We strongly believe that, it is lacking awareness that people are diminishing national and …

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  • About us

    Mithila Wildlife Trust (MWT) is a not for profit non-governmental organization. Established in 2013 A.D. (2069 B.S.) in Central Terai region of Nepal, the organization is run by a group of committed professionals working towards conservation of nature and wildlife.

    Since its establishment, MWT has rescued and rehabilitated thousands of reptiles, birds, monkeys, turtles, rare species of fishes in coordination with Department of Forests in Nepal.

    Our Active Programmes;

    1. Habitat Restoration (Restoration of 32 Hectare river bank as dense forest at Bhatighadi Community Forest, Dhanusha, Province No.-2, Nepal and ongoing conservation and development of restored 360 hectare forest land at Dhanushadham Protected Forest, Dhanusha, Province No.-2, Nepal.
    2. Habitat study with priority of corridor connectivity through Community Forests in Shivalik Chure Range.
    3. Bird diversity study of Province No.-2 with priority of corridor connectivity through Community Forests in Shivalik Chure Range.
    4. Human-Wildlife Conflict Mitigation in Province No.-2.
    5. Fresh-water turtle conservation.
    6. Girls and Women Empowerment in Province No.-2.
    7. Law enforcement against anti-poaching and illegal wildlife trade.
    8. Capacity building to teenagers and youth to mitigate CO2 emissions.

    Please contact us for more details. We’re always happy to follow the practical suggestions received from anyone.

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    3294

    Animals Rescued (Reptile, Amphibian, Avian, Ungulate and Mammal throughout Province No.-2)

    51

    Project Implemented (Wildlife conservation, Habitat Restoration and Humanitarian job)

    461

    Conservation Education Program Organized (Awareness raising activities in working area)

    392

    Habitat Conserved in Hectare (In collaboration with local community and Government agencies)