Deer are a common sight in the Sundarbans, the world's largest continuous mangrove forest.
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The IUCN Bangladesh Country Office has now moved to a new location. Our new address is House #16, Road #2/3, Banani, Dhaka 1213. For any enquiries please continue to contact us on T: (+8802) 9890423, 9890395 or 9852743, F (+8802) 9892854

 

Fishing boat in the river Meghna

Call for application: Water Futures II

Bangladesh and India share the largest river networks in South Asia. These 54 trans-boundary rivers directly influence the lives and living of over half a billion people. Management of basin and regional level natural resource challenges is limited to practitioners in this region. Moreover, the curricula of universities, colleges and training institutes in Bangladesh and India, have a focus on national issues. Rather, attention is not given to trans-boundary water management concerns. …  

24 Aug 2014 | Article

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IUCN Bangladesh Enlistment Notice

Deadline for applications: 31st July 2014 …  

18 Jun 2014 | Article

Minister speaking at the occasion

Towards Building Coastal Resilience in South and South-east Asia

Building coastal resilience is a priority as many coastal communities in Bangladesh and other Asian countries are particularly vulnerable to natural hazards, such as storms, floods and droughts, and to climate change. …  

30 Mar 2014 | Article

Red list Fact sheet

Project launch “Updating Species Red List of Bangladesh”

Hoolock gibbon, fishing cat, elephant, saltwater crocodile, bird wing, Bangladeshi cricket frog, ring lizard, and the olive ridley turtle have something in common:  while occurring in Bangladesh they represent an important part of the country’s remarkable and extraordinary faunal biodiversity. However they also have in common that observing those wonderful and astonishing animals in the wild takes place only on rare occasions and therefore national experts and scientists have put them on the red list assessment list together with around 1700 animal species and declared them of being presumably threatened in their existence either in Bangladesh or globally and suggested urgent status clarification. …  

27 Mar 2014 | Article

Colorful rally with spontaneous participation of all ages

Celebrating World Wildlife Day

Our world's wildlife remains in crisis and facing many threats such as habitat loss, shortage of foods, climate change, over-exploitation, and unregulated development. But one of the greatest threats to many species today is poaching and the illegal trafficking of wildlife parts and products. Only all out efforts and awareness are required to ensure their continued existence. …  

03 Mar 2014 | Article

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