Making the World a Better Place For All of Us
Himalayan Conservation and Research Institute (HCRI), formerly known as Youth for Nature (YFN), is an independent, not-for-profit organization established by a team of young socio-ecological researchers and conservationists from Nepal to promote science-based conservation of natural resources. HCRI is registered at the District Administration Office, Dolpa, under the Society Registration Act, 1978, and is affiliated with the Social Welfare Council in Kathmandu.
HCRI is dedicated to safeguarding the natural resources through promoting and conducting interdisciplinary research. HCRI aims to conserve and manage natural resources through participatory research, capacity building, conservation education, awareness, publication, networking, and goal-oriented programs by adopting participatory, experienced-based learning approaches.
Three Thematic Section
Networking & Capacity Building
We conduct and organize various program with the purpose of building skills set from the grassroot level.
Education & Awareness
We provide vaarious awarness building programs,workshop and conduct hands-on projects.
Research, Publications & Dissemination
We publish various research articles, book and booklets revolving around our working areas and disseminate it.
Mission & Goal
HCRI’s mission is to move human society to act in ways that conserve natural resources and its capacity that meet the needs of present generation without compromising the ability of future generation to meet their own needs.
HCRI’s goal is to promote the conservation and management of natural resources through participatory research, institution formation, capacity building, conservation education, awareness, publication, networking, and goal-oriented programs in participatory, experienced-based learning approaches.
With various workshops and hands-on projects.
Supported in financing the education of talented and deserving remote girls to achieve their dreams.
PROJECTS & PUBLICATIONS
Published various research paper and bookslets.
In various parts of Nepal.