Wildlife Conservation

The Ambassador’s Fund pledged its commitment for protecting Pakistan’s rich bio-diversity by promoting community based wildlife conservation initiatives focusing on tangible and intangible benefits to the rural communities for effectively managing wildlife and preserving the natural habitat and species of Pakistan. As a result, communities have improved incomes through increased wildlife-related recreation and tourism. Wildlife management in national parks also played an important role in conservation and biodiversity by providing venues for education, research, strengthen the legislative framework and capacity of law enforcement agencies and by providing habitat for threatened species in Pakistan. This is an exclusive Ambassador’s Fund thematic area.


Projects in Ambassador's Fund

BeneficiariesEstimated number of people



Awareness sessions events


Conservation centers established


Turtle excluder device installed


Predator proof corrals constructed


Livestock vaccinated

Fund Status


Ambassador’s Fund


  1. Baanhn Beli (BB)
  2. Balochistan Rural Support Programme (BRSP)
  3. Baltistan Wildlife Conservation and Development Organization (BWCDO)
  4. Biyar Local Support Organization (BLSO)
  5. District Development Association, Tharparkar (DDAT)
  6. Gojal Rural Support Organization (GRSO)
  7. Himalayan Wildlife Foundation (HWF)
  8. International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
  9. Leadership for Environment and Development (LEAD)
  10. Neelum Valley Clusters Coordination Development Forum (NCCDF)
  11. Snow Leopard Foundation (SLF)
  12. Sustainable Tourism Foundation Pakistan (STFP)
  13. Walkabout Films Private Limited (WFPL)
  14. Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)
  15. World Wide Fund for Nature (WWFN)

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