01_Tanvir_LNP_Cover
Twenty-eight (28) Co-Management Committees conserving forests and biodiversity of

23 Protected Areas with Forest Department.

02_Tanvir_MKNP_ANR
Community engaged in restoration of forest through assisted natural regeneration.
Community engaged in restoration of forest through assisted natural regeneration.
03_Tanvir_HWS_Eco

Community lead ecotourism

04_Tanvir_HKH_Livelihoods

Securing livelihoods, considering conservation

Securing livelihoods, considering conservation

07_Tanvir_LNP_Woman_leaders

Women and youth leadership in conservation

Women and youth leadership in conservation

 MACH (1999-2003)

MACH (1999-2003)

 NSP (2003-2008)

NSP (2003-2008)

 IPAC (2008-2013)

IPAC (2008-2013)

 CREL (2013-2017)

CREL (2013-2017)

Co-managed Protected Areas

Nishorgo Network

The basic premise of the Nishorgo Network is a collaborative response to conserve, restore and enhance dwindling biodiverse ecosystems (forest protected areas, wetlands and ecologically critical areas) in Bangladesh. Collaborative approaches work jointly between the local community (usually organized into community based organizations), civil society and Government through collaborative or “co-management” bodies, and/or by devolving responsibilities to community-based organizations. The aim is to reverse degradation of these ecosystems. Focusing on conservation, collaborative management and pro-poor activities are the main principles adopted by network members.