Rapid urbanization is a serious environmental and social challenge, with pollution, poor sanitation and agrochemical waste all factors.
Climate change hotspots in South Asia, particularly in the Himalayas are set to fundamentally transform the region as temperature increases accelerate.
An illegal wildlife trade is rife in the region, with many species poached or illegally obtained in large numbers each year.
In Nepal our Living With Tigers programme is reducing poverty and promoting human-wildlife coexistence.
We provide horticultural workshops and predator proof pens to villages in South Asia, promoting sustainable and conflict avoidant agriculture.
Our work with the Wildlife Trust of India is helping to secure the future for the Manas National Park in the Indian state of Assam